Being quite determined to winnow down my herd I sent Button to a new home today. She'll be living the life of a pampered pet bun. :)
A fellow raising rabbits in a bus. Blink your eyes for a moment as you drive through Moreland, and you might miss the full-size school bus in Martin's front yard. It's the bunny bus, where he keeps about 50 rabbit pens, for now. Soon with his new permit, he'll have 1,500 rabbits on his property.
"I figured it's a good place to put kits (baby rabbits) for customers to come through. Right now, I'm using it for production. But come around Easter time there will be nothing but kits for customers. It'll be a nice clean environment," said Martin.
Bunnies attacking Cars.
According to the report, the bunnies -- as cute as they may be -- have been eating spark plug cables and other wiring causing a lot of frustrated airport visitors. Workers have been working diligently to remove the rabbits and to try and keep them away, but so far, their efforts aren't working too well.
Bunnies attacking cars sounds like some kind of a joke -- or maybe something you'd see in a cartoon, but the little hoppers are responsible for thousands of dollars worth of damage. Rabbits have been taking up residence, so to speak, under the cars because the vehicles provide shelter and a spot of warmth for them in these cold winter months.
Scotch gave seven kits today. Look to be harlequin, tricolour or magpie. Time will tell for sure. Dad is Aero Bar.
Brood sized mini rex doe. Throws some nice colours.
Child friendly, easy to handle doe.
Good momma rabbit.
Good for a pet or breeding home.
Asking $20 or best reasonable offer.
These are not mine, but I thought you might like to see some curly coats. :)
Astrex bunnies are odd. Some are born curly and then moult into a straight coat, others moult and maintain the curl, and still others become curlier. As far as I know they haven't managed to perfect the coat yet.
Thought I'd give my son's rabbit one more kick at the can for a litter, but won't be doing that anymore. Peek had one VERY large dead kit last night. She's just not going to make a momma rabbit anymore. Keeping two unproductive rabbits is not going to be a huge issue around here. :)
I have been breeding rabbits for a quite a few years. I thoroughly enjoy them as animals and think they make great pets. I also like to take some of them to rabbit shows to see how they measure up to the standards.