Litter of 10 born to this pairing. All dark as expected. A sparsely furred nest I added a bit of fur to keep the kits warm. She built it up more overnight.
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This fellow moved to his new home today. He left with girl below. Born to Ascot and Gregory on Feb 26.
This Jan 25 girl is off Cherry and Gregory. She's joining a breeding herd about an hour from where I live. She left with boy above.
This handsome well-mannered lad off Cherry and Gregory, Born Jan 25, 2021 has moved off to his new home today.
A spectacular young rabbit, I think he'll do well in his new pet home. He's a cross between a New Zealand doe and a New Zealand/English Lop cross buck.
They sent a pic of his new place to hangout.
the bigger of the two boys from Cherry and Gregory found his new home today. He's a Jan 25 boy. Nice youngster, if I needed a buck in my herd I would have kept him.
he's about 3/4 New Zealand, 1/4 English Lop.
I really need to get an adult picture of Cherry, it just never seems to happen. After her kits are raised I'll put her out for her official picture. LOOK! I got a new pic of Cherry! She's a nice young doe who is VERY food focused.
Today she had a litter of seven dark kits. She did a great job of building a nest though not all her kits were under the fur pulled. Rearranging the nest just a tad helped with that.
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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.