Finally, after a couple major set-backs, my rabbits decided to do what rabbits do best, and give me babies. Last week, my F.G. had 5 kits. This was after losing 4 kits a couple weeks before. Both mom and the little wigglers are doing fine. I have 2 brown babies and 3 solid white ones, Mama is steel grey, so I think Papa is my Californian. (They were all in together). Yesterday, I awoke to a new litter from my Dutch. It was the 31st day since mating, so it wasn't a big surprise. She had beed acting pregnant for a couple weeks now. She decided that she didn't like the nest box I gave her and had her 6 kits in her litter box. (of course, it had a few days of bunny stuff in it). I didn't want to handle the babies right away, so I didn't clean it 'til this morning. (Was this a mistake? Should I have cleaned it right away?) Everyone seems to be doing fine. I'm going to wait another week and put the F.G. in for breeding and a couple weeks for the Dutch. I know that young rabbits can't have greens for a few months, How about the succulent stems from plants? We have a wild plant around here, I dont know what it is. It has big green leaves, like a cross between dandelion and rhubarb, and celery like leaf stalks. My rabbit, chickens and ducks go crazy over it. Can I feed green stems to young rabbits? How about beets, squash, and other garden produce?