It’s important to handle your rabbit gently and with care, as they can be easily injured. Support their hind end with one hand and their front end with the other hand, and be mindful of their delicate bones and joints.
A rabbit’s diet should consist mostly of hay (such as timothy hay), as well as a small amount of fresh vegetables and a small amount of pellets. Avoid giving your rabbit too many treats, as they can cause digestive problems. Make sure your rabbit has access to clean, fresh water at all times.
Peppa loves splashing in water and finding hideaways. The first time she was in a her little pool, she was so comfy that she pooped. #piglife She runs and runs around the yard,...
PB was one of our first baby bunnies. He’s grown with us as our farm has grown, and he loves to just nom on yummy snacks.
Nancy may not be able ot see the best, but she Floofs pretty well.
CiCi is our Spanish Black Turkey hen
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