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Rabbit Barn + Meat Rabbits

Rabbit cages, hutches, runs, and barns. These are rabbits raised for show, breeding, pets, and/or meat. *Meat Rabbit Breeds featured.*


Rabbit Barn + Meat Rabbits

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RL Rabbitry - Litters: Cali the Californian & Cowboy (Opal MiniRex*NZ). Cali had 9 kits on the April 16th - 1 doa but the other 8 are squirmy and healthy. They all look to be black and one has a pink tipped nose. ๐Ÿ˜ Cali is turning out to be a great mama and has also started to become more sociable with me. Plus, one lady at work wants a pet rabbit to use the manure as compost for her garden so she will probably get one from this litter since she doesn't want a HL and she already has 2 black cats :)

RL Rabbitry | Litters: Cali the Californian & Cowboy (Opal MiniRex*NZ) are first time parents!! I was feeding and noticed movement in the nest - she had 9 kits - 1 doa, but the other 8 are squirmy and healthy.

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Stacker cages. Rabbits.

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Cali is nesting! And she let me pet her this morning without running away or grunting! I put then nest in on day 27 because she's been hay-stashing like crazy, plus this is her first litter so who knows when she'll have them. I cant wait to see how many she has & what colors I may get (buck: Opal NZ mix). She has definitely developed a belly - I wonder how many she has in there?!!?!

Cali is nesting! And she let me pet her this morning without running away or grunting! I put then nest in on day 27 because she's been hay-stashing like crazy, plus this is her first litter so who knows when she'll have them. I cant wait to see how many she has & what colors I may get (buck: Opal NZ mix) // Daisy Mae's (HL) hutch is near Cali's cage & she has started hay stashing too except day 28 for her isn't until Wednesday! But I gave her a hand full of hay to keep her occupied..

Cage design @Matt Valk Chuah Rabbit Mathematician

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Cali the Californian is haystaching!! She was bred to my Opal NZxREX buck and is due the 16th! She'll be getting her Nestbox on day 28 - this will be her first litter!

Cali the Californian is haystaching!! She was bred to my Opal NZ x MiniREX buck and is due the 16th! This will be her first litter

Miss Penny is definitely considered a lap rabbit! She demands to be petted and loves to lay in my lap. Spoiled rotten!

Rabbits can either be owned as pets (like my Holland Lops) or they can be considered livestock as a meat source (Cali's, NZ, ect). If you can not handle owning a rabbit for either of these purposes, just buy your kid a stuffed bunny toy or a chocolate bar in the shape of a rabbit.

I guess I need to stop calling her 'Little Penny.' I weighed her today and she has gone from the little 2.6lb baby I brought home to being 6.5lbs! She practically eats her weight in food everyday but still- it seems like she grew overnight!! She still has her sweet temperament and loves head runs. [RL Rabbitry.com]

I guess I need to stop calling her 'Little Penny.' I weighed her today and she has gone from the little 2.6lb baby I brought home to being 6.5lbs! She practically eats her weight in food everyday but still- it seems like she grew overnight!! She still has her sweet temperament and loves head runs.

Silver (currently 3.2 lbs) discovered like previous rabbits who have been in this run, that he can get inside the pallet that makes up one wall of the enclosure. We've had 7lb rabbits squeeze into this little space and chill out for a few hours.

Cali the Californian and all our our other rabbits enjoyed the weather we had this weekend. All the rabbits were out in their runs from 7:30-4:30 for 2 days straight so they got plenty of exercise and ate a lot of grass.

Spot what is wrong with this photo... {Little Silver (3.5lbs) discovered a new hang out spot in his run area (the shelf was originally for our cat to sit on). Don't worry, he jumped down safely and isn't injured.} / He jumped on top of the house the other day and I thought.."I wonder if one day I'll come out here and find one of them sitting on that shelf.." AND this is what I saw when I walked outside tonight! The last photo is of him jumping back onto the ground

My little Penny isn't so little anymore! I've been expecting this since she practically eats her weight in food everyday. LOL but it still seems like it was yesterday that she was the little 2.6lb bundle I brought home. She's a Californian x New Zealand White mix although she looks like a NZW.

Stackable single rabbit cage made of 1" X 1" -14ga GAW wire. Size is 18" X 30" X 15"H (17" Total Height) Slide out tray for your convenience. Assembled. May not be exactly as pictured.

Cali (814C) loves exploring one of the 4 permanent play pens (the feed bag was used so they could get out of the mud, luckily much of it is already drying up). She is still skittish but we are working on that. She is also an avid digger, producing a 6" deep hole for her nest *although she will have her litter in her cage. She gets to see her mate, Cowboy & 2 younger bucks through the fences that occupy their own runs.

#814Doe was recently bred to 2 different bucks to produce her first litter. Along with another rabbit, she went to her new home this afternoon. The new owners built her a large hutch with plenty of room for her and her future litters. // Californian Rabbit - Popular breed used for meat.

3 -12 week old Standard Chinchilla x Californian rabbits. Since we have had a slightly break from the rain, we put out most of the rabbits in runs so they can stretch their legs & enjoy the grass.

Bred my 3 year old pet buck, Cowboy (NZxMiniREX) with a Californian doe (ID: 814Cali).

12 week old Standard Chinchilla x Californian rabbits. They needed to be weighed and marked so that's why they are in the small wire cage - you can't catch them if they are running around their run that's attached to their hutch.

I like this design

[100_2497.jpg] nice cage design. With this design it's easy to reach in a grab rabbits rather than having leveled cages with average doors and being elbow deep, reaching in the corner to grab the animal.

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