Rabbitry Management

Turn the Radio On

Turn the Radio On

In the 15 years we’ve had rabbits, we’ve been in hundreds of barns looking at stock and just visiting friends across the country.  We recently visited a friend’s rabbit barns to look at some potential stock.  I say we visited the barns, but we really […]

Trim Those Toenails

Trim Those Toenails

I’ve had an opportunity over the past couple of months to visit a number of rabbitries as I looked for foundation stock and also to watch a lot of judging at rabbit shows.  Trimming toenails takes only a few minutes every month and yet a […]

Hey, What Kind of Hay?

Hey, What Kind of Hay?

This was an article written a few years ago when we still had rabbits. Part of our feed program includes hay which we give daily along with regular pellets.  We feel hay is important as it is more of a natural roughage than pellets and […]

The Secret of the Drippy Bottle

The Secret of the Drippy Bottle

If you use water bottles, you know about the occasional bottle that just keeps on dripping which makes it completely worthless.  Or does it?

First Aid Kit

First Aid Kit

It’s important to have a first aid kit in your rabbitry and replenish it as items are used.  The time to prepare this kit is before it’s needed so you have it ready and handy when the need arises.  Below is a list of items […]

Biosecurity

Biosecurity

Note:  This is a re-print from the Purina Rabbit Newsletter for July 2012.  When the Link is available on line, I will include it. Pathogens and parasites lurk everywhere, just waiting for the opportunity to infect your animals! To keep your rabbitry healthy and hopping, […]

Feeders & Water Bottles

Feeders & Water Bottles

We’re changing the barn around as we added on to my little one to make room for my daughter’s rabbits.  I originally had 6 holes with room for 6 more which would have been OK for me for quite a while, but certainly not enough […]