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    rabbits getting bald patches

    a few of my rabbits have been getting bald spots on their bodies, i suspect flies or some sort of parasite since its warm and they're outdoors. I aint seeing any botfly holes though. my thrianta buck and his daughter have been losing fur on their legs and my champagne buck on his chest and...
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    BRAND NEW babies-need colostrum replacement!

    I try to make sure I have 2 at a time minimum
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    BRAND NEW babies-need colostrum replacement!

    Don't have any other females pregnant we didn't even know she was with a buck, she is an escape artist but also knows how to get back in her cage
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    BRAND NEW babies-need colostrum replacement!

    I'll try again later but she hopped in thumped on them and dug them to the front of the box pretty roughly so I'm afraid of casualties
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    BRAND NEW babies-need colostrum replacement!

    I've raised older bunnies, I actually managed to rehabilitate 3 Cottontails the pigs dug up 2 years ago, and have had orphaned 2 week olds haha but yeah this is a new one! TYSM for the help!!!
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    BRAND NEW babies-need colostrum replacement!

    I have the feeding kit! It's just finding colostrum replacement
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    BRAND NEW babies-need colostrum replacement!

    My doe had a VERY unexpected litter and the babies separated from her via rolling and crawling through cage bars. Got them warmed up but she won't take them, didnt nest and won't now, what can I feed them that works as colostrum replacement? Need to know ASAP please!!!
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    Hello! Introduction to my Herd

    Gorgeous bunnies!!!
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    "Ticking" of coat in kit?

    Goodness sorry for the late reply!! Haha thanks that's something I don't hear often!! They filled out to be full otter! Very sweet babies too
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    "Ticking" of coat in kit?

    They still have the ticking but they are definitely otters!! (Sorry this is the only image I have on me rn!! It's from a week ago)
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    Bucks socializing?

    It all depends on the buck, almost every single one I own right now doesn't spray (and that's a lot of adult bucks!) I actually can house a few together in a colony, but this is temperament and I know it will vary for everyone
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    Help! My Holland Lop Doe has 7 babies and She cant feed them all!

    I use 1 part KMR with 1 part water 1 part cream, feeding them with a syringe, dropper or rabbit specific nursing bottle once In the morning once in the evening, depending on how bad or good they're doing, I adust the feed amounts I do a day, some just need a little snack in the evening for a few...
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    Broomstick Method and other ways to...you know

    Very well written, thank you! Unfortunately it's come to a time a few times in my short span as a rabbit raiser where I've had rescues that just wouldn't make it. I can't hurt a fly intentionally without crying, so my friend helps me. She uses the sharp knife method, but what I appreciate is...
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    "Ticking" of coat in kit?

    Maybe a mix? I never have had a otter, but looking at comparison pictures they don't have the same pattern, but it's still so dark to be a Sandy! This is my first litter of unexpected color patterns. New pictures! The ticking increased up the sides and has some fawn color to it now
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    "Ticking" of coat in kit?

    Haha thanks! This will definitely be interesting, since a lot of my rabbits are agouti! I'll keep you posted!
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