|Posted on November 17, 2013 at 10:10 AM|
I am taking a short break from breeding and raising my mini rex. I'm attending a community college and will not have the time to raise litters with the amount of care and attention I like to give them. All my rabbits are staying with me and I'll still be going to shows and registering this fall and next year. I might be raising a litter next spring, I'll have to see how my schedule is.
This break will give me an opportunity to save up for a very nice herd buck. I've been wanting to buy the best castor sire I can find to help improve my herd. Now that I'm not feeding growing kits who eat a lot that should be easier! My hopes are to breed this good buck (when I get him) to my does and keep some of the doe offspring to breed back to him. Keeping this in mind will help me when I'm missing baby bunnies.
I am looking forward to having less rabbits to care for this winter. They may like the cold but their owner does not!
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