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How to edit and fill out a Rabbit’s Information Profile
There is a lot of information to track about your rabbits. This article will explain all of the fields on a rabbit's profile, so you'll know what to put in when adding your rabbits. To add a new breeder, click the "Add New" button on the Breeders page. How to Edit the Information Profile Open a breeder's profile. Select the drop-down “Options” menu. Then select “Edit”. !(https://storag
How do I report a Breeding as missed?
When a breeding is missed it is important to take note of it in order to determine Breeder viability in the future. If a breeding is marked as “missed” this information is recorded in your Reports. Web Version Click “Schedule” from the menu on the left. A breeding can be marked as “Missed” with either the Pregnancy Check task or the Birth task and there are multiple ways a task can be completed. You can either select the underlined task name, the task icon, or the ellipses(...) and th
Adding a buck that is not yours (Stud Buck)
It can be helpful to add a buck to your account that does not belong to you, so that you can better track the lineage of offspring. Here are a few things to note when doing this: Add a new Category. You can create a Breeder Category titled “Not my rabbits”, “Studs”, or “Sperm donors”, to indicate the rabbit/s are not yours. Categories can be added from the Breeders page. Learn more about that [HERE](https://support.everbreed.com/en/article/how-to-use-breeder-categories-add-edit-delete-a
How to use Breeder Categories: Add, Edit, Delete, and Filter
Breeders can be sorted into groups called Categories. You can separate rabbits used for different purposes, purchased from certain sellers, or traveling to different shows within your Categories. Then, you can filter your Breeder list to see just those specific groups. Adding a Category Web Version Follow above steps. Select “Other” and enter your new Category name.
How do I add a photo to a Breeder?
To help you more easily identify your rabbits, you can add a photo of each rabbit to your account. There are a few ways you can achieve this. Web version Option 1 Open a Breeder’s profile. Click the Edit button on your rabbit's profile. Click on the "Photos" tab. It will then give you the option to drag and drop a file or browse your library. !(https://storage.crisp.chat/us
How do I enter Breeder Weights?
Keeping track of Breeder Weights can be important when choosing which rabbits to breed together. Breeding a large buck to a smaller doe can result in big kits that the doe can not successfully birth. Breeder weights can also appear on pedigrees. Web Version Open a Breeder Profile and select the Options menu. Or, select the ellipses(...) next to any Breeder on the Breeders List. From here, cl
How to manage Breeder file attachments
Attachments allow ease of access with files directly related to your Breeders. Original pedigrees, show winnings, and health certificates are just a few things you may consider adding to your Breeder Attachments. Adding Attachments Open a Breeder Profile. Select the “Attachments” tab. Cli