The breeds I raise:
English Lops
French Lops
Mini Lops






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We keep our whole rabbitry inside our big red barn!
We're currently using a local brand of feed, X-Cel 18%
protein.  In the warm weather we use bottles for all the
rabbits. When it starts freezing more often we switch to
water dishes. The dishes stay thawed longer and the
rabbits learn to lick the ice if it freezes during the night.
Overall, it is real mild here in Washington with lots of
precipitation in the winter months!





Any questions? Feel free to contact me!
Email me:
rebeccasrabbitry@gmail.com
We have about 70 cages of rabbits. Mom has her own section of the rabbitry with
about 15-18 holes. I've got the rest of the cages full of my bunnies. (That's me working
at my rabbit table, Mom took all these pictures for me!)
I keep my English Lops down the first "trail". In the cold weather, I hook up heat
lamps over the baby bunnies to keep their ears warm and growing nice & long!
On the back wall we have the Velveteen Lops, Holland Lops and the Mini Lops.
Mom has her own "trail" with her collection of Lops and Dwarfs.
The Netherland Dwarfs and French Lops are on the last "trail".
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