How to Breed Hare

First, master hare estrus law. The female rabbit showed excitement during estrus, grabbed the cage, and bite the trough; bloated and swollen vagina; some hares also had mane, sedge mat litter and other behavior. If the rabbits are raised in groups, there will be mutual pursuit of mating.
Second, timely breeding. Hares are generally bred during March-April. When mating, place the estrus female rabbit in a separate rabbit cage and do not place the male rabbit in the female rabbit cage so as not to affect the male rabbit breeding. Female rabbits without estrus symptoms can also be placed in male rabbit cages. After the female rabbits chase and bite them, they are returned to their original cages. This results in 2-3 stimulations by male rabbits. Will estrus and mate successfully. After mating, the female rabbits should be tapped immediately to prevent semen backflow. In order to ensure successful breeding, the mating female rabbit should wait 6-8 hours before returning the female rabbit to a male rabbit cage and allowing the male rabbit to be reconstituted once more. After giving birth to females, if female rabbits are of good constitution, they should be immediately placed in male rabbit cages for blood mating, and they should be reconstituted 6-8 hours after mating. Female rabbits have high success rate of blood allocation and can accelerate female rabbits. The breeding speed, shorten the breeding cycle, but the blood allocation must be based on the specific physical condition of the female rabbit, not blindly carried out, otherwise it will be counterproductive. The female rabbits who carry out blood matching should strengthen their feeding and management and increase the nutrition in the feed. After the three litters are produced, the female rabbits must be allowed to rest for a month before breeding.
Third, strengthen the management of childbirth. Hares usually have 28-35 days of gestation. In the first 2 days of the expected date of production, the female rabbits should be kept in litter boxes with clean straw. The drinking water tank should be provided with clean and clean drinking water to prevent the female rabbit from thirsty after eating and to eat. The farrowing box must be kept warm, and the female rabbits can freely enter and leave. It is best to make a dark room where the female rabbit can open and exit freely.
Fourth, put a good breast-feeding, child-rearing. After giving birth to a female, the female hare usually feeds 2-3 times a day. This period should be carefully observed, good care of the young rabbit, do not scare the female rabbit, found dead rabbits should be promptly removed. If you find that you have rancid odors and yellow urine on your body, it is because the dam is caused by mastitis. The rabbits should be fostered in time and the female rabbits should be treated in isolation. After 12-13 days, the rabbits blinked, and there was a nesting phenomenon in 13-14 days, and they began to look for food in about 20 days. At this point, care should be taken to feed the female rabbit with good quality forage. At the same time or 2-3 days in advance, the mat grass and rabbit hairs in the farrowing box should be cleared to prevent the puppies from eating grass or rabbit hair and suffering from hairball disease; eating into the feces of female rabbits suffers from digestion Road diseases and "coccidiosis." After maternal rabbits with blood and pregnancy, they will be weaned immediately after feeding to puppies. After weaning, puppies will not only feed quality fodder but also provide clean drinking water. Rabbits do not know enough to eat, easy to bulimia and cause indigestion. During the breeding period of puppies, appropriate amounts of drugs, such as chlorpheniramine, coccidiostat, and insect nemesis, should be regularly added to feed or drinking water to prevent the occurrence of coccidiosis. In the hot season, several drugs are added for rotation. Usually, chopped green onions are used to feed the feed to prevent coccidiosis and digestive tract diseases. The sulfamethoxazole tablets are fed once every 5-7 days to the young rabbits. Only 1/4 of the rabbits were fed, and a small amount of baking soda was regularly added to the concentrate feed to prevent Pasteurella, Brucella, enteritis and other diseases. This greatly increased the survival rate of the young rabbits.

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