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Hyla Broiler Rabbits Weaners Colony

Hyla Broiler Rabbits Weaners Colony

50,000

Pure breed weaners hyla Broiler Rabbit Colony of  Five 6-8Wks old Available for sale.

  • Specifications

  • Age: Mature (16-20 weeks), Weaners (6-8 weeks)
  • Item type: Broiler Rabbits, Commercial rabbits
  • Item condition: Live
  • Suitable for: Breeding, Fur production, Pets, White meat
  • Packaging: Well ventilated cardboard boxes
  • Minimum order: 1 colony (5 rabbits)
  • Country of origin: Nigeria
Hyla Broiler Rabbits Weaners Colony of Five 6-8Wks old

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Hyla Broiler Rabbits Weaners Colony

Hyla Broiler Rabbits Weaners Colony of Five 6-8Wks old available for sale. A colony consist of Three Females and Two Males good for commercial Rabbit Farming.

Features of Hyla Broiler Rabbits Weaners Colony of Five 6-8Wks old

  • These rabbits are characterized by rapid maturation. They are mated at 4.5 months.
  • An adult rabbit can weigh from 5 to 5.5 kg.
  • Pure white Fur and pink eyes
  • Has ears which are erect which should not exceed five inches in length.
  • Have 2 pairs of sharp incisors (front teeth), one pair on top and one pair on the bottom.
  • They also have 2 peg teeth behind the top incisors.
  • Small, furry mammals with long ears, short fluffy tails, and strong, large hind legs.
  • Specifications

  • Age: Mature (16-20 weeks), Weaners (6-8 weeks)
  • Item type: Broiler Rabbits, Commercial rabbits
  • Item condition: Live
  • Suitable for: Breeding, Fur production, Pets, White meat
  • Packaging: Well ventilated cardboard boxes
  • Minimum order: 1 colony (5 rabbits)
  • Country of origin: Nigeria

Care for Hyla Rabbits Weaners

  1. Give fresh water and food, including fresh hay.
  2. Let out of cage for supervised exercise and play.
  3. Brush and remove shed hair of rabbits with long fur.
  4. Clean out the litter box.
  5. Brush and remove shed hair of rabbits with short fur.
  6. Clean and disinfect cage and food and water systems.
  7. Veterinary checkup.
  8. Give fresh bedding.

Feeding Habit

  • Rabbits should have a daily diet of mostly hay, a smaller amount of fresh vegetables, and a limited number of pellets. Hay is the most important part of a rabbit’s daily intake. Unlimited, high-quality grass hay, such as Timothy, orchard or brome, should make up the bulk of a rabbit’s diet.
  • Rabbit can be fed with pellets, grasses like elephant grass, fresh maize and leaves, lettuce, cabbage potatoes and leaves, carrots, dried cassava peels, yam peels, banana, and leaves.
  • Diet should be supplemented with a variety of leafy green vegetables every day. Rabbits can consume as many vegetables as they want to each day as long as they do not get diarrhea and as long as the vegetables are not high in carbohydrates, as carrots and potatoes are.
  • They do not require extra vitamins, they just need a varied, high-fiber diet.
  • “Carrots should be fed sparingly, as they are very high in carbohydrate and may upset GI bacterial flora.”
  • Standard rabbits are susceptible to problems such as overgrown teeth, flystrike, and ear mites. Rabbit owners need to check their rabbit’s ears every 2-3 weeks for mites.

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