Even though it is only mid-February (winter temperatures), because the days are getting longer, rabbit genes are right on schedule ~ breeding season is here and all the joy and anticipation of new litters. We bred our first chocolate doe, Isabel, yesterday and in just 31 day, we will, God willing, see babies! We do bring our first two litters into the house to keep kits warm and to keep a close eye on them. We’re always helping a doe or three with her litter if the littlest ones can’t keep up!
We do have a waiting list for our kits, so if you’d like to be on it with your preferences (buck or doe) and color (white, black, chocolate, agouti), just let us know by e-mail, email@example.com. These litters will be ready to go by the end of April or first two weeks in May!
I’m attaching a photo of what I’ve been working on this winter! These baby mitts are such a quick, sweet knit. If you would like a free pattern so you can enjoy it for any little ones who tend to lose their mittens, just e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’d be happy to send it to you! They do have a nice I-cord, so I consider them lose-proof! Best wishes from Angora Gardens!
Those little red mittens are for this precious little grandson … to keep him warm! Warms my heart to keep children and grandchildren in mittens!