Here is this beginning sketch for the logo i ordered for our club <3
It should be done soon! We are still messing around with the placing of everything, but it will look absolutely fantastic when she is done!
Updated again (lines done!):
Update with color:
Abby very smartly looked up the 4-H emblem rules before we finished up and found out that if using the 4-H logo, you can't cover it up whatsoever! This gave us the choice between making the 4-H clover hover above the rabbits, or making just a regular clover(without the 4 H's) behind the rabbits like we had it before. Have a preference? Email me! Click here to see 4-H emblem rules.
Hey everyone I am thinking that I will order a commission for Kelsey Creek Critters. I know some amazing rabbit artists, and I will be ordering a logo for my rabbitry, so I thought maybe I can order one for KCC too. Here is the website to the artist that will do the KCC art:http://abbiesartsyrabbitry.wix.com/abbiesartsyrabbitry
My rabbitries logo is being done my another artist who is also very amazing. I don't think she has a website set up for her art, but I will show you the completed logo when she is done. Her rabbitry website is here:http://rainingroyalty.weebly.com/
Of course, this art does not have to be an official logo or anything, but I thought it might be cool to put on sweatshirts or something.
On the logo, their will be 7 rabbits. If you would like one of your rabbits on the logo, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org with a picture of your rabbit. I would only like one rabbit per breed, and we are going to put a Lilac and a Holland Lop on it so far, so your rabbit has to be a breed other than those two. Thanks so much everyone I am exited for this! The two artists I mentioned above are open for commissions so if you would like to buy some art of them for your own rabbitry, you can contact them from off their website.
Hey everyone this is Teresa! I have not had too much to post about lately, but I gathered up links to all the rabbit study guides that I have used from offline. Of course, the best study guides are the two ARBA books, Raising Better Rabbits and Cavies and Standard of Perfection, but these break them down a little.
First off, is a place that a rabbit 4-h friend suggested to me, quizlet. You can make the questions and answers into flashcards and even tests!
These are the two documents that I printed out. One is long and goes into a lot of detail about each rabbit disease, and the other gives a short and accurate answer to cause, symptoms, prevention, and treatment to some diseases.
Next we have a link that has all around information about rabbits. It does say somewhere in their that rabbits should be handled as little as possible... which I don't agree with... BUT I have printed out the part about examining your rabbit. Judges do ask you to do this during fit and show, and this was very useful for me.
These four documents I don't have printed out, but in the process of finding the ones that I do have, above, I found these which also seem useful. They all have pretty much the same thing though... but hey, it is very likely that you will learn something new in each one... not that I expect you to read all of them. XD
Also, a website that is just getting started, but I think will become one of the best rabbit information websites out their, The Rabbit Guide. It is being done a current 4-H'er. She will be doing art for every single rabbit breed, with a side view of the perfect body type. I will be going to ARBA national convention with her in Oregon, and can't wait!
Thanks everyone I hope this was a little bit useful.
Kelsey Creek Critters is a rabbit and poultry project 4-H club that meets at Kelsey Creek Farm in Bellevue. 4-H is a federal program administered through land grant universities and was originally designed to promote experimentation and adoption of new agricultural discoveries through organized youth clubs and programming in the schools. Washington State University administers 4-H in King County through the extension program. We meet the first and third Tuesdays of each month at the educational barn at Kelsey Creek Farm at 7pm- several of the resident farm rabbits were formerly owned by 4-H members! If you have questions about membership, rabbits, or poultry, please send us an email (email@example.com) and we'll get in touch.
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