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| June 3, 2018
Central Pa. Rabbit Breeders Assoc. & & Tri-County Rabbit Club of Pa. - Double Show
Penn State Agricultural Research Center
2710 West Pine Grove Rd. Pennsylvania Furnace, Pa. (Rock Spring, Pa)
CLICK HERE FOR SHOW CATALOG
|Saturday May 5, 2018
Rabbits are a featured topic at Cornell Cooperative Extension's Animal Crackers event.
Please contact Dana for more information.
Dana Palmer Sr. Extension Associate/4-H Youth Outreach Dept. of Animal Science
123 Morrison Hall Cornell University Ithaca, NY 14853
|OCT 27-31, 2018
Pioneer Valley Rabbit & Cavy Conventions was awarded the 2018 ARBA Convention bid!
Show will be held in West Springfield Massachusetts
Visit www.pvrcc.net for more information.
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|LET'S TALK RABBITS!
News from your NY State 4-H Rabbit Embassador Melanie Lyons
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Rabbit Hopping Insurance Rules
Going forward, any Hopping competitions held at a NY show that are being sponsored by a NYRCBA member club must be set up within the same building as the show that is being held. Our insurance carrier WILL NOT cover any injury or claim brought against NYRCBA if this rule is not followed. No Hopping competition may take place in another building (adjacent) or outside on the grounds of any show that is insured by our NYRCBA carrier...it must be within the 4 walls of the show building...period. If anyone needs further clarification of this statement, please feel free to contact Deb Vecchio, NYRCBA Secretary as she is the direct contact with our liability insurance carrier and can provide clarification. If you are having a Hopping competition at a 4H event, this is not covered under our NYRCBA insurance carrier.
|LEGISLATION THAT AFFECTS OUR HOBBY
Rabbit and cavy breeders in NY are facing various legislative bills that will negatively impact our hobby. Briefly, they pertain to regulations, restrictions, mandatory licensing, or adding additional costs to our hobby. These bills involve: banning of tattooing, regulations on selling pet animals, the number of animals allowed (hoarding), the definition of "proper care", breeding, banning of stacking cages, and the requirement for health certificates for animals entering NY. Breeders are encouraged to join http://groups.yahoo.com/group/NYSAO/ the New York State Animal Owners Facebook page or the Rabbit and Cavy Breeders of New York State News and Information Facebook group to get more information on these bills.