Hey guys I bred my jersey wooly doe on the 1st of december and everything has gone fine. Both parents are great quality and the male has produced lots of great offspring from the breeder I got my trio from. ( I got 2 does but did not want to breed he other one yet) . Please do NOT tell me anything about how there are soooo many baby rabbits out there and how i have made a totally bad and horrible decision by breeding my rabbits. I ALREADY have homes for half of them and have LOTS of room to keep the ones that do not find homes (if they dont). I only ever plan to have a few litters, no more than 2 next year, if I find more people to buy the babies first. Anyways, this morning I went to check if my doe had built a nest since it was the 29th day since she had been in with the buck. I was pleased to find she'd made a huge nest, but soon found a whole clump of babies in there :/ I'm super happy though, even if it's earlier than I thought. i contacted the breeder and she said it was awesome I'm really happy. I checked them to see if they had been fed (they had) but only counted them properly this afternoon. There are 11!!!!! Isn't that huge for a dwarf breed? just wandering what you guys think about it, if its bad, if there are too many and if some of them will die (I know the peanuts eventually will but as a first time breeder I don't exactly know how to recognize peanuts). thanks for the help!