Are you looking for a breeding pair?
I have some available.
If you are interested just email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
or text 801-450-0675
I just ordered more copies of my book, because I sold out of the first box, if you are interested in getting it just don't want to wait 6-8 weeks until it arrives at your local book store, just get it here !
My new shipment arrives December 16,2014.
What can you learn from my book?
My goal when I started my book was to give new people to this hobby the opportunity of having a great beginning. Most of my followers on Facebook and YouTube Channel always have so many questions and wonder where they can get information regarding starting a breeding program, well I didn't get any help at all from other breeders and the ones that sold me bunnies in the past quickly felt like enemies as soon as they herd the word "breeding" coming out of my mouth, some still pretend they never met me because I'm trying to get better and better and others are simply rude and impolite.
I never want to be that unapproachable!
If I can help someone start right and succeed then the breed just going to improve and get better and better, so I decided to share my experiences and let others know what to avoid when starting with Holland Lops .
The biggest mistake someone can make in my opinion is to breed a pair before they know what is good or bad. Space is always limited and if you are going to keep your rabbits you need to know what to keep, that's why I wrote this book I hope you enjoy reading and share your experience!
For Months we have been in expectation of getting my book ready and published. Today I finally got my copies and approved it for sale all over the world.
It should be a very simple and easy reading in both versions Kindle or paperback. I tried to keep it easy to understand and fun I truly hope you are going to read and learn something from it!!!
Imagine how would rabbits live if WE didn't keep them captive?
They would most definitely eat grasses, bark, leaves fresh and dry some flowers and berries or herbs.
If you are concerned on how to feed your rabbit,just stop for a moment and figure out how to imitate the wild .
Hay is very important to a rabbit gastrointestinal tract and also for keeping their teeth healthy and trimmed down. The best Diet for a rabbit is 80 % hay,12 Dark green leaves and only 6% pellets and 2 % occasional treats like carrots, bananas, papaya maybe once a week.
Of course we live in a society that "Easy" is the mode everyone chooses to live, people no longer cook for their families, they eat "Easy" packaged food ready to just microwave, children are growing up alone because their parents are always at work and family meals are a thing of the past.....I know....
But if you are like me and you love being old style, cooking for your family, having a garden and giving a great deal of your time to the "old style of living"...then you want to rethink how you feed your rabbits, they need hay practical or not, that's just how God made them and he designed their bodies to function at it's best when high quality hay is provided.
Here is what we do for our rabbits, we have a hay ball packet full with fresh hay daily and replenished every time we see that it need. We have never had to trim their teeth or had a blockage because our bunnies eat fresh timothy hay, although much more expensive then alfalfa grass hay like timothy hay or orchard hay are full of fiber and low in calories making the perfect diet for your furry friend!
Welcome to my Blog. I hope to inspire you to develop a wonderful relationship with your rabbits. I will share my thoughts and daily updates here. I hope you enjoy!