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Breed and sex?

Discussion in 'Breeds and Breeding - Rabbits' started by mamabun, Dec 16, 2016.

  1. Dec 18, 2016
    mamabun

    mamabun Ridin' The Range

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    Like childen, we'll always need our mothers :)
     
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  2. Jan 2, 2017
    mamabun

    mamabun Ridin' The Range

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    Now that the kits have arrived I feel like there's lots I need to do, but baby bunnies survive in the wild so not sure. Matilda has made a nest outside the nest box I provided for her. The kits are all inside her mound of fur she created. Day 2 should I move the kits to the nesting box? Can I inspect the kits to make sure all got fed tonight and if one didn't what do I do? Will I have to bring it inside and feed it with an eyedropper I'm guessing? I looked up stages in their cycle but I'd rather hear from you all what you did once the kits are born.
    Thank you.