We live on the outskirts of Exeter and have a lovely small holding with mini Shetland ponies, mini pigs, pygmy goats and lots of different breeds of chicken. My 14 year old daughter loves rabbits and she has just started breeding them as her hobby. We have chosen a lovely mum and dad Lionhead that are unrelated and have fantastic breeding and our first litter are ready to go to their new homes this weekend. They live a life of luxury here with a huge walk in hutch inside our barn which is also connected to an outdoor play area. To say that our rabbits are loved and cared for is an understatement and these gorgeous babies deserve the best homes. However I didn’t realise how difficult it would be to sex these gorgeous bundle of fluffs!! I think that the three I have left are girls, your vet will confirm when you take your bunny for their RHD1 vaccination and they should not be fertile until they are 12 weeks old. If it matters to you what sex they are though then I wouldn’t buy these as I would hate to be wrong and for them to become unwanted.