Deadly Serious

Now more than ever, I cuddle my rabbits. I hug them tight, bestowing kisses on their noses and foreheads, scratching their favorite spots, and promising I’ll do my best to keep them safe, with fear in my heart. With the spread of RHDV2, I know it’s a strong possibility I may lose every single one of them before the vaccine …

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Food for thought…

I see many people in various Facebook groups and other online forums asking if their rabbits are making good weight, or asking how to raise rabbits naturally off hay, grasses, vegetables, gardens, tractors, etc. A well balanced nutrient content is important for any animal, which is why there is a nutrient label on a bag of feed. Years of study …

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To My Non-Rabbitry Friends

To my non-rabbit friends and family, please take a minute to read this: While COVID 19 has been the “star” of 2020 (so far), there’s another virus epidemic going on that has the potential to drastically change the ecosystems in North America forever. Rabbit Hemorrhagic Disease-Type 2 (or RHDV2 for short) is currently sweeping across the southwestern US states & …

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A New Normal

With this year, comes a wide range of crazy. Human virus COVID 19, huge bee killing hornet’s, rioting and looting, wildfires in Arizona, wacky weather, and the cherry on top: Rabbit Hemorrhagic Disease serotype 2 (RHDV2). I probably left a few things out, but I haven’t had my coffee yet. CLICK HERE for one of the latest articles, which must …

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Kits Overnight

Woke to find 2 more litters. Standard chin Eva kindled 7 big kits. No surprise at their size since she went 33 days! American chin Cynthia kindled 5 healthy big kits. She’s got a history for nice big babies. Sired by ThatFace Jr., who took Best Opposite of breed at the 2019 Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo where he had …

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