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How many animals all together you have any type of animal; how many type of animals do you have
Topic Started: Nov 25 2012, 09:14 PM (7,792 Views)
NeuBunny
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Nov 27 2012, 02:38 PM
NeuBunny
Nov 26 2012, 09:01 AM
4 emu - Dad


3 alpaca - Dad
This made me laugh because the Emu and the Alpaca are probably the last two animals on the list that my dad would pick! :D

Sounds like you must have fun with all the critters!
We do have fun.

lol -- my husband goes for the unique and unusual as well as those that he thinks are going to make him money.

Yes, emu eggs sell for $15 each, but the birds don't start laying for 2 years. And then he is going to have to figure out how to get eggs away from a protective papa (yep, in emus the males set the nests) -- I have enough trouble getting eggs from a broody hen!

And while alpaca wool is really high value, to get the top quality wool takes a lot of grooming and processing (which he isn't doing).
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That's really interesting! Maybe I should share that with my dad. He at least has a common interest in making money. lol
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The Thicket Rabbitry
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I thought it would be fun to illustrate.

My Skinny Pig
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My Hairless Syrian Hamster "Pj"
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My Syrian Hamster who carries the Hairless gene
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My Hedgehog "Thorn"
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I have a bunch of Chickens and just recently got a Showgirl. I also have a Paso Fino. And of course I have my 4 Chinese Cresteds; China, Elle, Infinity and Gimmick. Elle just recently was entered in the Tar Heel Chinese Crested Specialty and was titled Best Veteran and American Bred.

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And obviously I have RABBITS. :) I have many Jersey Woolies, Netherland Dwarfs and a few Thriantas.
Edited by The Thicket Rabbitry, Nov 29 2012, 05:03 PM.
The Thicket Rabbitry
Jackie, Erin and Heather, and our many beautiful bunnies!
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Hey, look at you! You chatterbox you. Now you can request a new title! PM the Admin to do so
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2 dogs
3 cats
1 horse
Lots of bunnies
Rainefall Rabbitry
Raising...
Harlequin's in black, blue, & chocolate
Japanese and Magpie
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Dogs: 3 (Borzoi {Retired Champion} , Standard Poodle {Retired Champion} and a Labadoodle

Chickens: 5

Rabbits:

English Angoras (2) I've cut my herd down drastically to work on my other breeds.
French Angora (2) I've cut my herd down drastically to work on my other breeds.
Giant Angoras (14)
Satin Angoras (10)
Jersey Wooly (8)
Checkered Giant (1) Do not plan to breed this breed just play around with it
Rex (11)
Texel's (4)

Husband:
Flemish Giants (5)

Jessica :
English Spots (5)
Giant Angora (2)
Satin Angora (1)
Harlequin (3)
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English Angoras, French Angoras, Giant Angoras & Satin Angoras
My husband breeds and shows Flemish Giants in Black, Blue & White
My daughter breeds and shows Jersey Woolies
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jodi
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Here I thought I had a lot but not even close to the rest of you LOL
Rabbits:
Lion Head (1)- youngest's
Netherland Holland cross (1) did not create her lol just fell in love with her.
English Angoras (3)
Holland Lops (11) 1 for sale
Netherland Dwarfs (17) 3 for sale

Dogs: Family's
One dark liver colored Springer Spaniel-Boomer
One red lab-Splash

Cat: family's
one white with dark spots-Jynx/Travis (coldn't agree on name LOL)

Frogs: Youngest's
3 african dwarf frogs-Mrs Big, Mr Fluffykins, and I don't remember the name of the last one
Jodi
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flemishgiantbreeder
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Nov 29 2012, 05:00 PM
I thought it would be fun to illustrate.

My Skinny Pig
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My Hairless Syrian Hamster "Pj"
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My Syrian Hamster who carries the Hairless gene
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My Hedgehog "Thorn"
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I have a bunch of Chickens and just recently got a Showgirl. I also have a Paso Fino. And of course I have my 4 Chinese Cresteds; China, Elle, Infinity and Gimmick. Elle just recently was entered in the Tar Heel Chinese Crested Specialty and was titled Best Veteran and American Bred.

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And obviously I have RABBITS. :) I have many Jersey Woolies, Netherland Dwarfs and a few Thriantas.


I have never seen a hairless hamster i never new they exsisted lol. but I love them I new the hairless guinea pigs exsisted but not the hasmters. but I love the hedgehog i love them. :)
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flemishgiantbreeder
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Okay a update I got rid of the snake. I found out that i am more more of a rabbit person then a reptile person by far. I didn't like the snake much I sold her to a good home so i can stay with rabbits.

But rabbits are more my thing. :)


(New addition)
1 new Blue flemish giant doe 8 weeks old)

(ADULTS)
1 sandy pedigreed buck 7 months old ( fathered possiable 1 litter) :)
1 sandy pedigreed doe 1 1/2 years old (mothered a litter of 4 babie's):)
1 sandy pedigreed doe 1 years old (mothered a litter of 9 had 11)

(Fawns)
1 fawn pedigreed doe(Possiably pregnant) Due any day :)
1 fawn buck pedigreed 8 months old (fathered None) possiably a dude.

(NONE PAPERED)
1 sandy/black flemish giant doe (possiably bred due January 1-13-2013) almost 2 years old.

(BaBie's)
1 fawn buck from my sandy doe matilda(replacement for homer)
1 red eye'd white doe from the same litter
1 Blue flemish giant doe (Just got her the other day)

(Checkered/Flemish giant)
1 checkered/flemish giant cross doe( pregnant) Due any day now :)


(For sale)
2 sandy buck's pedigreed---50.00 each with pedigree
1 red eye'd white pedigreed---50.00 with pedigree

the 3 bucks is all i have for sale

but here is the new addition and a little old rabbitry update. lol.
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