|Posted by Sophia on June 17, 2014 at 3:10 PM||comments (22)|
As you know from the last chapter, a baby bunny, called a kit, is born completely hairless with their eyes and ears sealed tightly shut. In the first week of their lives, their first coat of fur will grow, you will be able to tell their colors, they will double in size, and they will begin to move around.
By the second day of their lives, you will begin to see a bit of peach fu...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Sophia on June 16, 2014 at 1:00 PM||comments (0)|
THIS IS NOT AN ARTICLE TO TEACH YOU HOW TO BREED AND RAISE RABBITS. THIS IS JUST TO SHARE SOME KNOWLEDGE ABOUT RAISING RABBITS. PLEASE DO NOT ATTEMPT TO BREED USING THIS ARTICLE.
Ever heard the saying 'breed like rabbits'? It doesn't just come from anywhere. A female wild rabbit can have 6-7 litters every year, averaging 8 babies per litter which adds up to 56 babies every year...Read Full Post »
|Posted by Sophia on May 31, 2014 at 8:15 PM||comments (0)|
BIB offers training for rabbits starting at the age of 6 weeks. I, Skye, am only 3 weeks right now so I can't begin training for 3 more weeks (pooh). Human mom (HR) has decidied to train me for things that BIB can't.
Mama bunnies only feed their young once or twice a day so it's okay for babies to be away from the mom all day if need be. Some breeders 'shelf raise' their babies which means their nest box stays out of the cage and only goes in with mom twice a day.Read Full Post »