Category Archives: Barn News
This isn’t yarn, batting, or fiber. But it’s a sign of Spring. Spring has been screaming at me for weeks and while it was here in Northern California, I was off in Ontario, Canada where it was still winter. When … Continue reading
This spider is so big, it should be named. This lovely arachnid seems to have found a good home in the barn. She has made her web right next to the bug zapper! Clearly, she has plenty of food. My … Continue reading
Here is Aspen’s litter born less than a week ago. They are big and robust! They should have their eyes open soon and once the weather warms up a bit, be out of the nest box before I know it.
Two cuties from Aspen’s February Litter. Photo taken at 3 weeks.
Believe it or not, there are six babies in here! They are just about two weeks old now. I haven’t seem much of them–it’s been so cold, they have been buried in the nest. And Mother Shasta is not too … Continue reading
Winter shearing can be tricky, especially if you take off all the wool like I do. Right now, it’s not that cold here, but cold enough that I leave a light on over the cage and coat the rabbits. I … Continue reading
Here they are at two and a half weeks. Already they have been out of the nestbox, scouting around. Seven of the eight have survived, one albino died the first week. A good number and they are all well fed … Continue reading
Voodoo, our IAGARB registered black German doe, kindled 8 babies yesterday. Six of the eight are pure black! The sire is a purebred black German as well. He has only been here about a month; brought all the way from … Continue reading
Here are Ole and Korbl, two young bucks from Ouija’s litter. They looked so cute, I had to snap their photo. Korbl is pure black as his mom is. Both are purebred Germans. Mom is from black German stock and … Continue reading