Camo Creek Rabbitry

 
Located in Yamhill Oregon.

                                           Camo Creek Rabbitry       

                            Raising Quality Pedigreed Mini Lop Rabbits Since 2010

                                                         by the ARBA Standard of Perfection

                                                           (No LONGER RAISING REX or American fuzzy lop RABBITS)

 

                                             

                                                         Located in yamhill, Oregon.

 

                                                      Last updated:  August 30th, 2016

                       

        May 23rd, 2014. OLRCB ARBA Oaks Park Portland Oregon. BEST IN SHOW WIN with rabbit:

        Hilltop's Angel. SJD. under judge:  Kelli Slack. (Pictureed: from Left, Julie Mckenzzy, Alexis James, Kelli Slack and Hilltop's Angel.

 

 

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A peek into my barn. My rabbitry consists of 25 holes (Cages) But some of those cages are set aside to either growing out youngsters or use for quarantine when a new rabbit enters the barn.


Size of cages:

* For the Mini lops I use cages that range in size from 24X24X18, 24X30X18, to 36X36X18.


*And for the fuzzy lops I use cages that are 18X24X18, 18X36X18, 24X24X18 and 36X36X18 for mothers with litters.


* Each rabbit should have its own cage.  I try to never leave two rabbits together past the ages of 3 months. I do not promote over crowding. Usually by 2 months old the rabbits should be weaned from mom and separated into (Bucks VS Doe's) groups. As the age of 3 months approaches a rabbits sexual organs begin to develop. leaving a buck and a doe together or even two bucks or two does together often ends in fights and battle wounds.


*I very much recommend giving your rabbits their own dwellings. But if you would like to keep a bonded pair together, I recommend making it two sibling DOE's that have never been separated. Even then you will need to keep a close eye on them the first year of their lives. watch for chasing and hair pulling.

Current shows we will be attending!

Western Frontier rabbit and cavy show.

Astoria, Oregon. ARBA

June 13th -15

National Convention.

Portland, Oregon. ARBA

October.