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Discussion in 'Rabbits' started by Rancher, Oct 13, 2004.

  1. Rancher

    Rancher Well-Known Member

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    I am looking for a record book to keep my records on my rabbits. I am using a form that I made on the computer but it no longer is serving the purpose. I have approx. 90 does and plan to expand to approx. 190 does. Also is there a computer program for rabbit keeping? One that will automaticlly bring up the dates that the rabbit should give birth/install nest box/re-breed/etc. It would sure make my life easier.
    Rancher
     
  2. Pat Lamar

    Pat Lamar Well-Known Member Supporter

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    There are several rabbit software programs available. You can also create your own using a data base which comes with your computer. For software, I strongly recommend STIBBAR at: http://www.stibbar.com . You can also download a free trial version.

    There are record books available at most rabbit equipment companies. Try Klubertanz at: www.klubertanz.com . You'll need to have Adobe Acrobat Reader installed on your computer to view the catalog (free download on the PRMA web site at: http://www.prma.org/ ). For the Klubertanz catalog, click on "Complete Product Index" and scroll down to "record keeping supplies." You'll find a record keeping system on page 45.

    Pat Lamar
    President
    Professional Rabbit Meat Association
    http://www.prma.org/
     

  3. Rancher

    Rancher Well-Known Member

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    Thanks Pat,
    I am new to this site and I have read many post. Alot of them speak very highly of you. Thanks again and I will soon become a member of PRMA.
    Rancher
     
  4. dlwelch

    dlwelch Well-Known Member

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    Another one with a demo. This one has an inbreeding analysis also.

    http://www.tenset.co.uk/ba/index.html


    A spreadsheet set up in Excel or a table in a Word processor
    can also be used.
     
  5. Rancher

    Rancher Well-Known Member

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    Thanks Linda,
    Just checked out the site you and Pat gave me and I am truly amazed. Its just what the doctor ordered. I'm sure glad I found this site. Thanks again.
    Rancher