Rammy's Rabbit Thread

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You watched the fall off -- I've had some of the young mini stallions perform a fall off. Usually more of a slide off and you had to catch them. 😁 youngsters!
 

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You watched the fall off -- I've had some of the young mini stallions perform a fall off. Usually more of a slide off and you had to catch them. 😁 youngsters!
My white buck, Buckaroo Bonzai, is not the brightest bulb, if you know what I mean. Couple attempts he was working the wrong side,a few times, the side. The doe pretty much gad to go, "Here! You idiot!"
This is only his third time breeding. I mean, how many times does it take to figure it out?
My red buck gets right to it. The doe Betty White, is a runner, tho, so she has to be chased down. She plays hard to get. Leo got her at least 6 times since she runs off when he is performing his manly bunny duties. First time I bred her to Buckaroo she didnt take. Second time, 4 live ones, one peanut. The other doe had 11 so I took a few from her and gave to Betty. Worked out pretty good. Both are good mothers.
 
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He wanted an at-a-boy, huh? :lol:
His name was Scrapper, I tatooed it in his ear. He was a grand Champion buck, had multiple best of breeds and best of show. He swept the fur classes, he was an awesome buck. He was a spoiled sweetheart and loved attention.
 

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My white buck, Buckaroo Bonzai, is not the brightest bulb, if you know what I mean. Couple attemots he was working the wrong side,a few times, the side. The doe pretty much gad to go, "Here! You idiot!"
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to prove i'm not the brightest bulb i had to take a moment to figure out that attemots was not some kind of move i'd need to pick-up and add to my repertoir...
 

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to prove i'm not the brightest bulb i had to take a moment to figure out that attemots was not some kind of move i'd need to pick-up and add to my repertoir...
I fixed it. Hate it when I miss a misspell before posting.
 

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🐭I hate rats. I have tried poison which worked at first but now they are avoiding it.:barnie I bought a Ratinator. Havent caught ONE dang rat. :somad I had bought a rolling mouse trap thingy that you use with a 5 gallon bucket filled with water and little ramps to get to the bait smeared on the rubber center piece you put on. I put peanut butter on it as per instructions. The little B*****ds pulled the rubber piece over to the edge and ate the peanut butter off!!!!:he
I mean, seriously?
The possibility of a rat terrier is getting more and more likely. But my luck the stupid dog wont catch a single rat anyway. :th
 

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I feel your pain! We've had an ongoing rat problem since losing Gracie the varmint dog extraordinaire. We resorted to the green chunk type poison. I know they like it and eat it because DH left a bucket of it open in the garage. Couple weeks later it was empty. Little ba$tar(d)$ came and stole it right out of the bucket! But, I haven't seen evidence of a rat in a couple of weeks now.
 

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