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Rabbits available
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Siamese Satin Rabbits availble.  10 weeks old 4.5 to 5 poundsThey make very nice Back yard Meat breeders. They do come with pedigrees.Bucks 35Does 45Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Dave Cook Dec 16, 2013.

milk kefir grains
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my milk kefir grains are growing fast and I am wondering if anyone out there has water kefir grainsi would love to trade.  My milk kefir grains have only been used in Quality raw milk.  I want to try…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jason D Jan 8, 2015.

feng shui consultant needed

looking for a feng shui consultant. Of you know of one or if you are one.  Please email me  thank youContinue

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I am looking for a Dairy cow share.  Is anyone providing this service???Continue

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I am a novice gardener this is my third year growing vegetables. I have had some pleasing success and am looking forward to the next season.

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So you want to try raising Meat Rabbits

First of all, I want to start by saying all rabbits are meat regardless of size.  Some just provide more than others. 

I decided to write about this subject after hearing so many stories of newbies buying un-pedigreed rabbits that don't produce, stay very small and have poor attitudes

When first getting in to rabbits most of what you are told is get New Zealand's and Californians.  These are great commercial rabbits they breed and grow fast.  As a back yard breeder you don't…


Posted on August 18, 2013 at 7:28pm — 1 Comment

Raising Rabbits Long Term

I haven't posted anything in a very long while decided I should.

My rabbitry has expanded into a new place.  With a few friends we now have a cooperative effort for raising not only rabbits but chickens for meat and laying hens. 

The rabbits have become a way of life now.  I am showing as well as raising for meat and have found that most rabbit people are nice to be around.  The most exciting thing that happend with my rabbits this year was when a 4-h kid took a Chinchilla…


Posted on April 17, 2013 at 6:17am — 2 Comments


So I am hitting the 2 year mark on my rabbit project.  I have not posted in a long time so thought i would update my

bunny blog.   So when I began this I started with a couple of NZ meat mutts.  good breeders but they did not get as big as the breed should.  In other words they never did reach senior weight.  I waited to breed until they were over eight months old and they only got to about 7 pounds.  The breed should reach 9-12 pounds.  OK so then I got interested in American blues…


Posted on April 1, 2012 at 8:30am — 9 Comments

The American Drift What is it??

The American Drift was formed in 2009 to help American Rabbit breeders diversify thier breeding lines and to get rabbits into the hands of new breeders.  It is going on now and American rabbits are moving from the East coast to the west coast and west coast to east coast.  The drivers are covering 12,000 miles this year.  Most of the Rabbits traveling are young Juniors bucks and does.  I will be meeting the drivers to pick up two and help with any chores they may have like cleaning cages or… Continue

Posted on May 8, 2011 at 10:24am — 5 Comments

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At 4:58pm on August 2, 2012, Lisa Palmer said…

I would love to lend a helping hand and see if I have the stuff. :) Let me know details as you learn them. With the rise in meat prices eminent I think this might suit my family well.

At 9:20am on March 20, 2011, Mike Josic said…

Hi Treasa,

Thanks for adding me. I'm looking forward to this experience and meeting you all.


At 1:01pm on March 19, 2011, Lindsey P said…
Hi Treasa,
Thanks for adding me! On Tuesday I can pick up between 330p-400p or @ 530p, whatever works for you. Thanks so much :)

At 4:06pm on March 2, 2011, green shoes said…
Hi Treasa, I am thinking 2 bags will be fine for now.  I am at 67th Av and Union Hills and I see you are around Cave Creek and Union Hills.  Let me know which day this weekend, where to go to get it and what time works best for you. 
At 7:37pm on March 1, 2011, green shoes said…

The bunny mulch please

At 5:41pm on December 22, 2010, Daniel Anderson said…
Is this a guild class?
At 10:26am on December 19, 2010, dj griffith said…
Treasa, let me know date & details, would love to be there. Thank you!!
At 4:57pm on December 17, 2010, kay wunderlich said…

If you get a group for processing PLEASE let me know if I can join you. This is a piece of the puzzle that is missing before I jump in a purchase rabbits. Have already been collecting a few cages as I find them at yard sales. Hopefully after Christmas. My number is 480-292-5971.

At 12:59pm on April 27, 2010, Julie said…
I swear I never saw your request! :)
At 11:46am on December 1, 2009, Administrator said…
Yes, please bring your friends. I added that you will be bringing friends to the comment area on the event. You can always do this too when bringing friends. Please check out the FAQ page for detailed instructions on how to RSVP. Thanks so much!

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