Rabbits breed New Zealand red

Rabbits breed New Zealand red, photos, description

Rabbits breed New Zealand red, photos, description

Breed New Zealand Red rabbits is becoming increasingly rare in the world. In the first half of the 20th century, they were withdrawn by American scientists in the US as meat and and skin areas.

It weighs a rabbit from an average of 3.5 to 5 kg with the long form of the cylinder housing from 47 to 50 cm, as well as the practice in females breed much more than males. Outwardly, they have a broad back and lumbosacral parts, thick endings, as well as a large deep chest. The heads of the animals are not large and small heads.

Coat the rabbit or bright scarlet red with yellow shades and quality rather short, dense and hard fur. Females are fertile enough to have good mothering ability and increased milk yield. For one once bring New Zealand red rabbits about 6-8.

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