Safe Foods for Your Rabbit

Rabbits have quite a delicate system and when we don’t know what is safe and unsafe for our little furry friends, we risk upsetting their systems, which for baby rabbits can be deadly. When choosing safe foods for your rabbit, you may choose to feed with store-bought pellets, or make up your own rabbit food […]

Top 10 Things to Bring Home with Your New Rabbit

Every time we bring a new animal home, it’s the beginning of a new chapter in life in which we will share a relationship with a new small creature. We think of all the possibility of owning and befriending our new rabbit, and our hearts soar at all the prospects of play time, binkies (if […]

Homemade Whole Grain Layer Feed

This recipe has been updated. See my New and Improved Homemade Whole Grain Layer Feed recipe. I’ve had my girls, Lucy and Ethel, since 2012. I was so ecstatic to get them and, if I say so myself, we’ve made each other very happy for the past three years. They have, believe it or not, […]

Why I Use Milk Kefir for My Chickens {Recipe Included}

For years, I have been interested in culturing and fermenting in some capacity. It pretty much started with kombucha, then I tried water kefir (I killed my grains, ugh), then fermenting zucchini pickles and carrot sticks in salt brine, then dilly beans—all (but the water kefir) turned out great, and I was pretty much hooked. […]

Making a Simple Gravity Feeder for Your Rabbits

When we first got our rabbits, we never realized how tied to our home we would be, caring for them and making sure they had all of their needs met. While our new little friends are pretty resilient as far as living outdoors, they do need a watchful eye and someone available to make sure […]

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