Thursday, April 21, 2011


The buck who arrived from California a week and a half ago is doing great. He's out of quarantine & settled in well. So, I got some pictures of him. He's a beautiful buck and I'm thrilled to have him & his line back in the barn. I can't wait to breed him to my chocolate does.

Isn't he cute?!


Thursday, April 14, 2011

Litter Pictures

Well, the babies are all getting big & doing great. The weather has been gorgeous lately, which has been nice for everything. The trees are growing their leaves. Grass is everywhere and the buns are enjoying nice weather.

Here are a few pictures of the babies, but the direct link to pictures of them all is:

Rum's babies
Abby's babies
Diamond's babies
Kayla's babies

A few of Diamond's babies. They are all very promising little ones.

A couple of Abby's.

This first one is the doe I'm keeping. Hoppin's Lisa. She's a really promising girl!

And the chocolate chin doe. She's amazingly promising. So pretty. I should've kept her for sure. Oh well. Will rebreed Abby & Scotch.

A couple of Rum's babies.

And Kayla's little munchkins who ended up just being heavily "frosted" pointed whites. Pretty interesting, huh!

This beauty arrived all the way from California via some breeders in OR and finally to ML Nationals this past weekend. He's a beautiful lynx buck out of 2 rabbits I sold a few years ago. I'm so glad to have this line back!


Monday, April 4, 2011

Kayla babies & Auction Find

The bunnies are all doing well. Yesterday (Sunday) the weather was so sunny & warm, but today has been cold, rainy & windy. That's Oklahoma for ya though!

Saturday there was a college auction here in Tahlequah and we scored on crocks for the rabbits. While they aren't specific "rabbit crocks," they are the perfect size for watering the rabbits in the freezing weather. They are about the size of the 5" crocks which go for a good $5+ each. But, we scored on these and got them for $1/each! I've been looking for these for over a year now, so it was perfect to find these! And, I got 30 of them!!

And Kayla's babies had me stumped for a bit on their color (even though I knew no other color was possible out of this cross). But, come to find out they are just very "chilled" or "frosted" pointed white babies. The frostiness will all fade to their points. Hopefully they'll have very nice dark points!

Kayla's darkest baby ~

Her "medium" baby ~

The rest of the buns are all doing well. Krissie's babies are going to their new homes. Whiskey is sold to a new breeder and left yesterday.

I bred Brianna X Scotch on the 28th, Courtney X Jordan on the 1st and Kahlua X Landon on the 1st. I'll be breeding Krissie X Landon, Shirley X Scotch & Rum X Cameron soon.

So, since I want to get to bed soon, I'll close with a nice sunset picture from the other day.