I’ve had Rex rabbits for around 3 years now, and I made quite a few mistakes when I started out my Rabbitry. Thankfully, through these last couple years, I've learned more about good stewardship and more about rabbits too. As a Christian, one of my many desires is to steward creation in a way that… Continue reading Buying Rabbits: Do’s and Don’ts
New Plans For Our Backyard Homestead!
Our lovely, Butterfly bushes. So, last time I put a blog up on this subject it was about tilling our straw bale beds, and getting ready for our Spring garden. However, many things have changed since then in our lives, and we’ve come up with a new plan! Will There Be A Garden or Chickens?… Continue reading New Plans For Our Backyard Homestead!
First Rabbit Litters of 2022: How Everything Went
In these photos, Mopsy's litter is 4 days old (2/08/2022), Cottontail's litter is 5 days old (2/07/2022). Pairings, and Their Litters: So, as you've seen in the title (and photo), the first litters of Evergreen Rabbitry are here! We bred all 3 of our does on January 7th (1/07/2022). Corduroy x Cottontail litter arrived on,… Continue reading First Rabbit Litters of 2022: How Everything Went
“Rehoming, and Buying Another Rabbit.”
Finally, we re-homed, Tyrell. Sticky Situation: Rehoming Tyrell As many of you may know, we got a Blue Rex buck a few months back, now. Unfortunately, It was a very sticky situation, straight from the beginning. The owners, were not completely honest with us at all, and the rightful owner, left the buck in the… Continue reading “Rehoming, and Buying Another Rabbit.”
“Deconstructing Straw Bale Beds, and Preparing Our Garden For Spring.”
Straw bales, before and after tilling. Finally, we picked out the last of the tomatoes (most were green) and ripped up the straw bale raised beds! Once they were up and the bale strings were taken off, we tilled our whole garden section up! Hoping We Wouldn't Hit Any Unwanted Nests In The Bales: After… Continue reading “Deconstructing Straw Bale Beds, and Preparing Our Garden For Spring.”