Today I shared something that absolutely broke my heart. Then, I talked abut something important to know about breeding rabbits, as well as shared a few other tidbits, like dealing with “dumped” animals.
A Great Find and a New Addition
Back in May, we had a really bad day that I hadn’t yet shared about. Sometimes doing everything right isn’t enough and you still suffer a loss. It’s a hard reality.
In the last episode, there was a clip where we were moving the new rabbit colony structure. Here’s how we did it, safely for the rabbits.
Building your own cattle panel structure is easy to do and only takes a couple hours to complete.
In this episode, I had two projects I worked on. The first was a simple modification to the rabbit tractors. The second – a biggy! Then…the homestead is being invaded!!! What and see what it was.
American Blue Rabbits are growing in popularity. Find our more about this heritage breed.
The garden is coming right along! Several people have asked me about what boots I wear when I’m working out here on the homestead. I chatted about those, as well as checked in on the baby rabbits. My Boots
At times, there can been unseen dangers on the homestead. Watch and see one that we discovered recently, and why it is important to be cautious.
Rabbits do fairly well in cool temperatures, but when it comes to very hot weather, you have to take extra precautions.
Why rabbits make a great addition to the homestead, and why you might want to raise them, too.
We’ve taken some steps to keep our rabbits extra safe from the coyotes. Then I checked in on the babies to see how they were doing.