Originally posted by macawguy
It might work like the boy has joeys with all of them then you have 6 new joeys on your hands!!!
It wouldn't work, 3 females, and all of them pregnant... It's likely more than one would get rejected or killed.
Looking at the advice you've been giving, I don't think you are even close to being ready to breed. If you have a male, neuter him, and enjoy your pets as is.
Do you have lineage on ALL your gliders?
Do you have tonnes of time to spend hand rearing joeys that are rejected?
Have at least $500 stored up for vet bills?
Do you have a joey rejection kit on hand?
How about this, do you have the stomach to find a dead baby half eaten at the bottom of your cage, and not hate your gliders for it?
This forum in general isn't in support of "home" breeders with little experience throwing 2 gliders together and seeing what happens... Whether or not you are actually going to breed, I'm posting this so the next person who wants to breed sees this.