It was finally warm outside today! Spring is coming and I can't wait! All the quail that hatched four days ago are all sold, so you know what that means...time to hatch more eggs! It's never ending work but i enjoy it so much and i'm thankful and blessed for everything i have. The best part about being blessed is turning it around and blessing others. I'm excited for our farm business to continue to grow so we can keep on reach out to more people! Today was a fundaySunday. My friend Jaimie and I went to Clark Lake, a local dog park, and took the buns with us so they could run around. We got some pretty awesome pictures of them and they sure did enjoy the sun! Can't wait for Mittens new babies to grow so we can explore with them outside! It looks like she had 3 BEW, 2 solid black, and 2 black Vienna Marked. Next up due is Lola so check back in a few weeks in the "Bunnies for Sale" page to see what's new!
Sometimes it's the little things in life that have the biggest impact. Just taking the time to bless others with what God has blessed us with is what it's all about. I had the opportunity to host a bunny social event at a dear friends adult family home today and it went a thousand times better then i had expected! It brought so much joy to my heart to see these wonderful ladies holding and adoring my rabbits! It was an honor to bring life, joy, and laughter into their home today and i can't wait to spend time with them again. Not only was i blessed with wonderful new friends today but more quails keep hatching...i'm at 65 now..and Mittens had her babies! Blue Clover welcomes 7 new baby bunnies to the world!!
Quails have arrived! I bought a Hova Bator 1588 incubator with the quail rack attachments. The racks don't work as well as i hoped, as the eggs don't quite fit in the slots all the way so they pop out when the rack is completely rotated to either side. I set 100 eggs. Some of the eggs were slightly cracked from the rotating but i figured i'd just let it sit and see what i came out with. Yesterday morning is when hatching began and so far we have 51 chicks and more are still peeping! Excited to see how many in total we get! We're planning on selling about 30 to 40 Cortunix chicks so if you're interested contact us!
I'm proud to announce that we have finally gone organic with our rabbit feed! It was hard enough to find an organic chicken feed that was whole grains, non corn, and non soy...but to find a rabbit feed that stood up to those standards was unheard of to us until now. The feed is in pellet form but it has so many quality ingredients, none of them being corn or soy. When the bag arrived i was so thrilled to see the quality of the pellets! Do you ever get bags of feed and open it to only be disappointed that half of the bag is crumbled up powder? I no longer have to pay for a bag that i can only use three quarters of. Excited to see how the buns will benefit from switching feeds!