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Promise Acres Rabbit Thread

Discussion in 'Breeds and Breeding - Rabbits' started by promiseacres, Apr 5, 2016.

  1. Jun 16, 2019
    promiseacres

    promiseacres Herd Master

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    Special had two but one was dead on arrival. She may get some fosters.
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    Nairobi had 9... I think she’s feeling it...laying down and drinking her water. 9DEA4FF1-88CF-4252-B754-C114084DC82E.jpeg D469E6E7-4C28-4217-8871-9744C35142EE.jpeg
    Ninja had 6 kits this afternoon
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    Opa also pulled fur and is at day 33...pretty sure I feel a kit... so hopefully soon. But it’s definitely great to have some nest boxes full!
    Zora’s kits have fur and eyes starting to open. F7B2CECC-808D-45B6-A38A-FFDF8F855EC1.jpeg
     
  2. Jun 16, 2019
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    They are so darn cute! Congrats on all the babies!
     
  3. Jun 25, 2019
    promiseacres

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    Zora's 3 week old kits are out of the box. 2 blues, 2 REW and a very friendly chunky lilac buck
    65182201_2694759233885217_5310567567893463040_n.jpg Ninja's Kits ( Chocolate, two otters, two chocolate otters)
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    Special's Chocolate is in front, then she has 2 VL (1 broken GTS and a GTS) and a black MR from Ninja 64510331_2686575978036876_1708036733305618432_n.jpg
    Nairobi's kits, GTS, broken GTS, Chestnuts and a opal or lynx... doesn't quite look opal.. I am thinking Nai is a AA and Doc is known to have the steels behind him, never had so many steels in one litter. 64493608_2686558791371928_581204212969373696_n.jpg
     
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  4. Jul 29, 2019
    promiseacres

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    Wow need to get some updated photos. Here’s a few but they are about 2 weeks ago.
    Weaned all of Zorah’s kits, lost the only buck..at weaning. Wasn’t sure why until I checked the others teeth... :( but had to cull a blue doe. So down to three and one of those has crooked legs. And watching the last three for teeth issues. On hindsight pretty sure that was their sire’s (Basal) problem whom I culled due to a snot nose. Makes sense now... he never drank well out of a water bottle and just was never very healthy. Suspect he had molar issues, that abscessed therefor the snottiness. B6090F67-039B-44BC-A959-2F43187DBAF4.jpeg 170BAC82-8A25-459A-88DB-DC5FF896FC3C.jpeg
    Special’s single kit passed about 3/4 weeks but she’s raising her fosters.
    Ninjas are doing great, other than one my kid’s dropped and he died... I told them to leave that litter alone as they were super wiggly.. the black in this photo is fostered.
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    And Nairobi’s 9 are great, mostly bucks but that’s ok. Thought I might lose the steel that Special is raising early on as she has some weird infection in her genitalia but kept it clean and and she’s great now. These were Doc’s last litter as I called him too... he had clear but persistent nasal discharge so culled him with the other buck.. now thinking I should have treated him... :( he was the only one who acted sick besides Basal :he Was really thinking I would have to do a major cull before the move. Now just watching the Velveteen lops for teeth issues. It’s always something.
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