rabbitry

rabbitry

(ˈræbɪtrɪ)
n, pl -ries
1. (Zoology) a place where tame rabbits are kept and bred
2. (Zoology) the rabbits kept in such a place

rabbitry

1. rabbits collectively.
2. a place where rabbits live or are kept.
See also: Animals

Rabbitry

 a collection of hutches for tame rabbits; hence, a collection of rabbits, 1838.
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However, nonproductive doe days can tank the profitability of a rabbitry. You may not plan to sell the fryers (baby rabbits) for a profit, but having fewer animals can still reduce income.
Coco loves his floor time and will happily explore the rabbitry, sniffing and smelling all the toys and enrichment, He's not keen on being handled and but we feel given some space and an experienced owner he will soon learn to enjoy or tolerate close handling.
A sweet breeder named Linda Pennington of Penn's Rabbitry had just the bunny to make my little girl the happiest one in the whole world.
It can be concluded that the disease occurred in an outbreak form in this rabbitry and a total of 20 (52.63 percent) animals out of 38 were affected with sarcoptic mange infestation.
The trial was carried out at the experimental rabbitry of the Department of Agricultural, Forest, and Food Sciences (DISAFA; University of Turin), in Carmagnola, NW Italy.
Proper hygiene, strict biosecurity, and good husbandry practices have been shown in previous studies to play a significant role in preventing entry and spread of coccidiosis in a rabbitry [1].
Detection of RHDVa on the Iberian Peninsula: isolation of an RHDVa strain from a Spanish rabbitry. Arch Virol.
Thirty-six healthy eyes from 18 New Zealand white rabbits, males and females, obtained from the Sao Nunca rabbitry (Ararica, RS, Brazil) were used in this study.
The trial lasted 63 days and was conducted in an experimental rabbitry on 40-weaned and clinically healthy male rabbits.
The mattar came from Uttar Pradesh cultivated mostly by ladies; let us remember their service to our life; they are all telling us "This is my body, take and eat, this is my blood, take and drink'; then we have rabbit meat from our own rabbitry; half dozen rabbits gave their lives for all us today; they are cooked with their blood; in imagination we can visualize them telling us nonverbally 'This is my body, take and eat; This is my blood, take and drink'; Then we have the omelettes from our chicken; let us gratefully acknowledge those lovely hens which sacrificed their young ones in those eggs for us".
Mr Terrapin now minus his carapace cares more than he thought possible in his shell-life, suddenly he has a Nagasaki on his chest, his turtleneck a soupy shade of green per Looney Tune cartoon zipping about shall we say with Robert Johnson in his Terraplane beating on every rabbitry door.
In the October issue, they tackle the actual management and care of the rabbitry. Housing is very important.