This is our second breeding season with Bunny. Although she has never had any real problems, pregnancy and delivery seem just a bit more uncomfortable for her than it does for Willow and her daughters.
We just brought Bunny home last summer, so this was our first experience with breeding her. Her coloring is similar to Willow’s, so I was interested to see the similarities and differences between their kids.
Bunny is our second milking doe. We recently brought her home, so we are just getting to know each other. So far, I love her. She is very mild mannered. She had never been hand milked prior to coming to our house. You would never know it. She gives me very little trouble at milking time.
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