Tru-Luv Moesha: A Brood After All

Tru-Luv Moesha looked very promising right from the beginning. She had very nice huge head in just a few weeks old. Looking at her today, I realized that a lot of hard work is needed to achieve what I want in my rabbits. Although I am looking into the possibilities of importing more, it is wise to keep the gene pool small at the moment. I really want to see what wonders line breeding can do for me. Introducing totally unrelated lines and outcrossing my rabbits will only dilute the genes further and it will turn out to be a wild goose chase in the end.

I know what you get from the next generation is what you see in both the buck and doe that you breed but some genes up the lineage may manifest themselves unknowingly. That is the reason why, most breeders keep their gene pool small.

I was hoping that her head would mature. Some rabbits are known to have their head mature after 18 months (1.5 years for the head to pop!).

Enjoy the photos:

The 3 weeks old darling

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4 months old Junior

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P/S: No buhny were hurt in this photography session…

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5 responses to “Tru-Luv Moesha: A Brood After All

  1. darma

    Hey.. Nice to meet moesha! =) So cute.. so as your daughter.. I think you should post your rabbit story per day one by one..including other stuff.. ehehe enjoy reading about them..

    Hope you can squeeze your brain for that..

    =)

  2. Your little girl is so sweet! I can tell that she’s going to be attatched to the bunnies too. Moesha is looking good to be in the uglies. Her ears look short from the front profile-are they staying fairly short and balanced? You’re right about linebreeding. I’m curious to see what her and Skor would produce.

  3. Baby and bunny… which is cuter?! LOL…

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