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Flemish Giant-Lionhead hybrid rabbits (optionally with rabbit tractor) - $35 (Eugene)

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condition: new
make / manufacturer: God
model name / number: Rabbit
size / dimensions: Big
A lovely red Flemish-Lionhead hybrid wondered into my yard and got knocked up by my white Flemish Giant and had a lot of babies. Mom (Carroll) is super sweet and gives huge bunny hugs. Dad (Lewis) is not the biggest Flemish, he's still less than 6 months old and about 7 pounds, but my friend say he's twice as big as his "meat rabbit"; he is very mellow and likes to get pet and be in your lap. Flemish giants are very docile bunnies and make great house pets. For the two adult bunnies I use a combination of the outdoor hutch, rabbit tractor (which is a hutch with a fence for the floor so bunnies can eat the grass), and they spend a lot of time in the house and my studio and they don't cause many problems other than occasionally chewing on cables.

If you need a hutch or rabbit tractor (which is a hutch with a fence on the bottom so the bunnies can eat the grass), I have three of these small chick coops I can sell for $60. I have a larger chicken coop I can sell you half for $50 and you can screw that to your house or wither wood wall for a hutch, and that is the same surface ares.

If you want a rabbit tractor I can make you one for $50 labor plus parts cost from home depot with no cover. I'm using a waterproof outdoor curtain I got used on Amazon for $13 and that will work for summer but am working on better roof for winter if you want to buy that later. I have multiple excellent designs depending on what you want. The most basic one is the lightest and easiest move but I can build a second floor for another $50 labor and parts costs. The fence I bought however is only 3-feet wide, and not wide enough for the large coop so you would need to build a raised bed from hardware cloth and put mats over it, which is a good option as it's insulated and good for resting on.

I can also sell you 1/3 of a bail of Alfalfa or Timothy Hay for $12.

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