Asia is just a baby yet, a broken chestnut out of a charlie chocolate buck and a tricolour doe. Time will tell how well she would do. Currently she's a very curious baby adjusting to living in a new place with lots of noise and prowling cats.
Sunnyheights Rabbitry had a buck they didn't need. So D.R. Oscar came to me in trade for Lomars LL9. He has more mass than my current sable point buck so I thought he might be a step up. :) Isn't he a handsome lad?
So the owner of these three littles I've known for a few years. She's been thinking of doing bunnies on their hobby farm. She wants to breed tricolour hollands so I sent a trio that should get her want she wants.
Puddle and Calypso girlie July 6.
BandAid and Calypso from June 25 girlie.
Flight x Band son from June 27.
Man, I liked this rabbit. A good solid boy who gave me good youngsters to keep or sell. Loved this buck and his marvellous head which he passed on to a couple of his daughters.
I bred him to all the does I possibly could have before he left and I really hope they all caught! (wouldn't that be grand!) :)
I trade this little girl off Puddle for a broken chestnut from Sunnyheights rabbitry. A nice girlie with some promise. I hope Spill will do well for her new people. I'll be posting a picture of Asia up later today (at least that's my plan).
Seven healthy kits in a beautiful nest. I was convinced she hadn't gotten bred but she did! A gorgeous nest from a somewhat timid doe.
Watch Me Grow
Got a message today from Miss H. Cinnamon is doing really well for her. Cinnamon moved out last year in October.
Here’s some pictures of Cinnamon! He’s grown up to be a really social and funny guy, he’s fully free roaming in our apartment and enjoys being able to sleep anywhere and everywhere. He loves going outside too! Sometimes we take him outside in a safe open field with a his harness and leash.
Isn't it great to see how well he is doing? He turned out just like I thought he would. Betting he has his Mama's personality. GAH.. I need to breed him to Heart!!! I MUST I MUST! (but I'm guessing he's neutered by now)......
Flight x Band, June 27th baby boy went off to his new home today. A 12 year girl short on sleep due to excitement had a hard time picking out her fellow this morning.
I advised her she'd be delighted with this fellow who was the first to bounce out of the nestbox and greet me with nose kisses.
I am getting a lot of questions about a couple of kits that I have, people are really curious about what they will turn into as adults. They aren't exactly the same as the two below, but they seem to really close.
Watching Keeper Develop
Watching Strand Develop
Both Flower and Calypso have nice square heads...so I am hopeful to get some nice kits from this pairing. Seven kits in a small nest, with hardly any fur pulled. It was a good thing that Webb was an overachiever. :)
Watch Me Grow
Webb made a HUGE nest this morning so I was expecting a litter of 7 or 8, but ended up with a litter of five. The excess fur has been added to my "emergency fur stash".
Watch Me Grow
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.
For the BEST rabbit forum I've ever found. Go to Rabbittalk.com. Good for the pet rabbit owner as well as the breeder for meat or show.