Kleindienst Rabbitry and Poultry Farm is run with pride and has strict handling procedures of our animals. Our animals are treated like family here and raised to produce the best. Our rabbits are raised in a rather new way called colony raising, although when our bucks are old enough they are seperated into single rabbit living quarters so they don't fight and hurt the other rabbits. Our does live together after the bucks are seperated (I will go into more detail in the About page). Our chickens are raised in flocks, specifically 2-3 flocks. Our Silkies/ Silky's have been raised together since we have had them (They hatched on April 7th, 2015 and we got them about a day later). They are our newest edition to the poultry. We also have laying hens (Rhode Island Reds) and a pair of roosters that we adopted from a petting zoo when the owners had to move and couldn't take them with them. Each rooster has it's own flock of hens so they don't fight with each other. (I will go into more detail in the About page).