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Monthly Archives: March 2014
Ok so last year I had two live litters all year. Admittedly due to my poorly back I didn’t go mad last year with matings. This year I thought I would mate pretty much everything that would take a mating … Continue reading
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Ellie’s litter just have their eyes open. I haven’t really had a chance to look at them properly as Ellie has turned into an incisor enhanced attack machine. She wont let me near the nest which is really unusual for … Continue reading
The jumping jacks in the nest . Your browser does not support the video tag
Some interesting old films on Pathe News site, this is one I haven’t seen before from 1928 in the UK. We no longer have Angora farms in the UK or any big breeders in fact. ANGORA RABBIT FARM
Beautiful day here in the UK. Was really nice to see both of the earlier Angora litters now eating hard food alongside Mum this morning. They have been pretty wild up until now, seemingly inheriting the “Willowcot temperament” ( my … Continue reading
Babies are all doing well…. Ellie’s litter I am pretty sure are Blues and Lilacs judging by the pale tones. That would mean she is probably Blue under her White coat. Was really hoping for something Black based. I think … Continue reading
Quick snap of Nolly’s litter.. Just got their eyes open. 2 Whites. 1 Lilac, 2 Chocolates.
Am I dreaming ? Elements of Truth “Ellie” has had a litter this morning… All coloured by the look of things … She is a bit hyper, but made a nice nest and the 5 babies look well so will … Continue reading
My other breed is the Dwarf Lop. Slightly easier than the Angoras to breed and look after. I have some lovely babies currently. My oldest litter at 3 weeks old are looking lovely. This blue baby I thought was one … Continue reading
Just checked out the babes this morning. I am pretty sure one of the babies fostered to the Dwarf Lop is actually Blue and not Lilac.. so that gives me the dominant B to work with wahoo… I cant really … Continue reading
Had a lovely sunny weekend in Amsterdam, my first time. Stunning city and lovely people. It was much grander than I imagined and the canals much wider than I expected. Had a great time. Babies are doing well although both … Continue reading