The Clarjo Rabbitry Does

I got into this to provide a sustainable food for us homestead residents, both four and two legged. I really enjoy the rabbits, especially the ones that I have living on the ground cleaning up after everything. They follow me around when I do the feeding. We try to have everything as low input as possible, feeding fodder, grasses, and veggies. Most of the rabbits are American Chinchilla or Americans, a heritage breeds. I do, however, have some English Spot crosses and other high producing meat mutts. There are currently 9 producing does and one waiting on maturity.

wpid-img_20150316_162042_123.jpgBrimstone
Litter of 10- 4/16/15
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Flyte
Litter of 9 – 4/5/15
wpid-img_20140906_174856_279.jpgSorceressLitter of 5 – 3/16/15 wpid-img_20140806_193220_757.jpg
Darke
Litter of 9 – 4/23/15
wpid-img_20150420_113505_287.jpgQueste
Litter of 9 – 4/20/15 (drown)
wpid-img_20140906_173850_684.jpgSyrenLitter of 7 – 12/13/15
wpid-img_20141207_112010_081.jpgMagician
Litter of 9 – 3/23/15Litter of 7 – 2/2/15

Litter of 8 – 12/7/15

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Brat

 

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Bun

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Sauerkraut

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