Baby Flemish Giant Rabbits

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  1. dddCT

    dddCT Chillin' With My Peeps

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    We have a litter of Flemish Giant bunnies for sale. They are all light gray except the one white buck that my son wants to keep, and come from parents that are also light gray. They are pet quality flemish meaning they do not have pedigree. Momma is a pedigree but dad is not. these are beautiful active little ones ready for a new home next week. Both parents are on site. [email protected] Thanks
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  2. sandyj

    sandyj Chillin' With My Peeps

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    If I was closer, I'd buy one in a second. I have been looking at them for quite a while!!! They are really cute!! I had a "sandy" flemish several years ago. He was sweetest, gentlist, and LARGEST (20 pounds) rabbit I have ever owned!!! How much are you asking? [​IMG]
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  3. dddCT

    dddCT Chillin' With My Peeps

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    We are asking 30.00 each.I just bought a sandy doe the other day.They are very nice rabbits.The dad of this litter is a awesome rabbit he is very sweet and gentle just a great rabbit.
     
  4. redhen

    redhen Kiss My Grits... Premium Member

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    hi..how big do yours get??
     
  5. dddCT

    dddCT Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Most of our rabbits are young and still growing. We have a couple in the 15 lb range that haven't reach full growth age yet. The mother of these rabbits came from parents that were over 16lbs.

    At 8 weeks these rabbits should be about 5lbs. Ours are 7 weeks and will be ready to move from momma next week and then ready for adoption the following week.

    I hope that answered your question If you ahve any other questions feel free to ask. Thanks Diane
     
  6. Athena

    Athena Chillin' With My Peeps

    Hi Dianne...


    Great price on the bunnies...

    I, too have been eyeing them.... In Jacksonville, the going rate for un-pedigreed Flemish is $50.00.
     
  7. Run-A-Muck Ranch

    Run-A-Muck Ranch Chillin' With My Peeps

    OH I wish I was closer. My girls are wanting to show Flemish Giants for 4-H this year. We have a buck and doe in the sandy coloring. But they really wanna show the greys too. Dang-Nab-It why does everything have to be so far away!
     
  8. dddCT

    dddCT Chillin' With My Peeps

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    We started breeding flemish because of my son. We offer 4-H discounts for people who want to get a bunny to get their kids started in 4-H.
     
  9. redhen

    redhen Kiss My Grits... Premium Member

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    okay..i think i may have to do this....[​IMG]....[​IMG].....[​IMG]....what do you keep such big bunnies in?? and...they are short haired also? winter hardy? i have one bunny now..someone found him in their mailbox this summer...[​IMG]...and so i took him in...would you like him? (not as a trade or anything...) i would just like to find him a good home....he has longish hair.(and i'm not good with keeping up with it)..*hence wanting a short haired bunny*..i think he may be a jersey wooley....let me know. ..and so save me a bunny!!....is a boy bunny better than a girl?...what do all you bunny folks say about that? thanks, Wendy
     
  10. dddCT

    dddCT Chillin' With My Peeps

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    I think the baby buck is spoken for but we have 4 does left. Wendy I'm holding the buck for you.
     
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