8 Comments on "Meat rabbit and garden update 6-14-10"

  1. ilyananordin8284 | July 20, 2010 at 1:43 am |

    gemuk btol rabbit ni..kau bg mkn apa ni?

  2. @outofworkbum Thanks. Good luck with getting deals on plants. I have been buying seeds on sale lately for next year. There is still plenty of growing season left so Im sure you can still get some food before the fall. Of course if the chickens let you have any. lol

  3. @Michigansnowpony Thanks, I am trying to convince everyone I know to start growing food. I was surprised that she had nine. Her first litter was six. I bred her three times before she wouldn’t lift anymore. I put her in with the buck about every four hours and he would try to breed right away. I did the same thing with the NZ but she wouldnt lift after the second time with the buck and started to attack him on the third time I tried. She only had five but has had large litters before.

  4. outofworkbum | July 20, 2010 at 3:38 am |

    everything is looking great, that is the mother of all radish’s and I love your rabbit hutch. I need to organize myself and get the garden going better, the only benifit of getting a late start is, I will probly be able to get a bunch of leftover plants from the nursery for a buck a tray or so, that’s what I did last year too. My chickens keep getting into the garden and I need to almost restart before it’s too late.

  5. Michigansnowpony | July 20, 2010 at 4:38 am |

    HOLY MOLY — Nine!!! Our first litter is now 10 days old — only 5 babies though.
    It’s her first litter, so hopefully, next litter will be larger. I’m thinking of looking for / adding a flemish giant cross. Glad to see you like yours — she IS gorgeous!
    Your garden is, IMO, the epitome of the ideal suburban garden. It’s beautiful, neat and tidy, productive, and well laid-out. I love what you’ve done. Everyone “in town” should do what you’ve done. Gorgeous!

  6. MrGreenbudha | July 20, 2010 at 5:11 am |

    very nice!

  7. fishfnatic | July 20, 2010 at 6:04 am |

    everything looks great

  8. christyvanriper | July 20, 2010 at 6:49 am |

    Great information! Darn, this concept is a little hard for me though (I get a little to attached.) Will you butcher them yourself, and what is the most humane way to go about that? Nice garden too!!! You have alot of knowledge! IMPORTANT STUFF HERE…thankyou so much for your videos!!! I read that you can almost grow spinach year round…it doesn’t like the heat though (but I’m sure you already know that!) EXCELLENT!!!

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