Second: Decide the reasons you are raising rabbits--pets, show, or meat. This can help you decide on the breed of rabbit.
Third: Decide how much money you are willing to pay for a breeding pair of rabbits. Registered rabbits with papers are going to cost more money than rabbits without any papers. If you're not planning to show your rabbits, you may decide to not buy registered ones.
Fourth: Find a reputable breeder. Go out and visit their rabbitry. See how they treat and care for their rabbits. You want to start with healthy, young does and bucks. If a breeder is reluctant to have you see their rabbitry, then perhaps you should find another breeder.
Lastly: Talk with other breeders and learn from them. Read information on the Internet and in your local library. Learn from your mistakes. Have patience and enjoy your rabbits.
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Sandy Hall is a teen librarian from New Jersey where she was born and raised. She has a BA in Communication and a Master of Library and Information Science from Rutgers University. When she isn't writing, or teen librarian-ing, she enjoys reading, marathoning TV shows, and long scrolls through Tumblr. A LITTLE SOMETHING DIFFERENT is her first novel.
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