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post #1 of 8 Old 01-24-2011, 10:01 AM Thread Starter
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Rabbits!

Anyone like rabbits? Or show them? lol

I have been breeding and showing rabbits for almost 8 years now. Jersey Woolies, Thriantas and Polish. I have about 30 rabbits at a time... maybe 4 litters a year. I go to shows all over the state of Michigan.

So anybody show rabbits or just have pet rabbits?

If you ever have any questions about rabbits, you can ask me. lol I might be able to help you or find somebody else who can.

Here is my website, if you want to see my rabbits.
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post #2 of 8 Old 01-24-2011, 08:01 PM
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I have one mini rex boy and I had another girl earlier in the year but another animal killed her :( Now that winter is almost over, I'm looking for another girlfriend for my boy :) I'm actually starting a new thread.. I have a few questions about breeding so could you check that out!? Thanks :)
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post #3 of 8 Old 01-26-2011, 03:18 PM
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Hi. I have a rabbit. I'm not really sure what type they were, she's white with grey ears and a grey patch on one eye. Do you know what type she is. She is quite small for a grown rabbit. (around six or maybe seven.) She's really sweet.
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post #4 of 8 Old 01-26-2011, 05:41 PM Thread Starter
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Hi. I have a rabbit. I'm not really sure what type they were, she's white with grey ears and a grey patch on one eye. Do you know what type she is. She is quite small for a grown rabbit. (around six or maybe seven.) She's really sweet.
I would need a photo to tell for sure what breed. :) There are over 45 recognized breeds in the USA and I'm not even sure how many for places across the pond. lol

Color wise I could tell you that she is a 'broken' something. lol Maybe a broken blue (gray). Broken is the offical term for most spotted patterns. :)

RIP Thunder Bill... I will never love another as I have loved you. <3
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We have always been dreamers in Montana.
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Yup! :) I raise and show Mini Rex, and I'm just getting sarted in Rex & Netherland Dwarfs! :) Been raising 'em for about 5 1/2 years, and this is sadly my last year in 4-H/Youth. I'm sure going to miss it, but I'll still get to show in Open through ARBA. Still, ya can't beat 4-H!

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Was gonna edit my post, but Briana.... You know who I am! :P RH!

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Was gonna edit my post, but Briana.... You know who I am! :P RH!

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Hahaha! Hey Emily!

RIP Thunder Bill... I will never love another as I have loved you. <3
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Hahaha! Hey Emily!
:) Lol, Heyy!
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