Bunny Love in the Time of Corona (and RHD)

As some of you know, humans populations are not the only ones currently being plagued. Rabbit populations worldwide are also being diminished by a nasty virus. It is important to prevent the spread of this virus by being cautious regarding the import and movement of rabbits throughout the country and world. This is why my baby giants, now go to the vet before going to new homes. The kits going to new homes now all got a vet signed certificate of health and kitten revolution as a preventative for ear mites and other external parasites. When you buy a rabbit from me, I want you to know it’s a happy, healthy and well cared for. Next week we’ll be breeding second generation Conti Giant French lops.

Flemish Giant baby 10 days 2018

Sleepy hoppers

The hemp is almost ready for harvest. The babies bunnies are going to their new homes. Another summer winds down as even the crickets sound tired of the heat.

Our latest litter of Continental Giant Rabbits born August 10th are just the sweetest litter yet. Not to dis our Flemish babies but I am so smitten with Continentals. They are so personable… so relatable. These guys had just eaten then went and got cozy.

More babies

Chamomiles’ babies are all sold and climbing out of the box to come nurse even when maybe she’d rather them not! It really gives insight into parenting. She clearly loves them sooooo but it is hard. She gets stressed trying to make sure they are all ok all the time. They are so cute with their little eyes open and jumping around though.

All the babies sold before everyone who wanted one got one. So I’m breeding Heather, Chamomile’s full sister, today! I’m still accepting deposits via paypal at

This is Heather and her babies from last spring.

Nursing Baby

Here are Chamomiles’ babes…

Flemish Giants, anyone?

I hope everyone is having an excellent but sloshy slide in to Spring!!

I wasn’t planning to breed more Flemish Giant kits this year, but I have had a ton of inquiries the last two months!! Basically, if I can get enough guaranteed sales with a deposit of $50 (refundable only if breed is unsuccessful), then I’ll breed. However, gestation is 30 days then they need 6-8 weeks with mom. So, the earliest I’d be able to have any available would be mid May.
Let me know what you think. I’ve been hesitant because last Spring I ended up with 5 that I had a really hard time selling, not because anything was wrong with them… there just aren’t THAT many people looking for Flemish Giants and my does have litters of 12-13 every time. I hate to think of any of them ending up in shelters and I can’t keep them all and care for them in the way that I think they deserve.
I lucked out last time and one lady took all five and has turned out to be a wonderful bunny owner, but that may not happen every time.
In short…

I’m currently taking deposits for Flemish Giant kits. Deposits are $50. I will not breed unless I have 12 guaranteed buyers.

If you are interested, please send me an email via the contact page so we can make arrangements.