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Breeding nutria

Nutria is an animal, in principle, unpretentious, small and do not require special care, but still in the breeding of nutria should follow certain rules associated with the arrangement of suitable premises, selection of feed and medicines, if needed.

Nutrias, and rabbits, live heap, large group of animals feel quite comfortable even in a limited space. Homeland nutria are tropical countries where these animals live mainly in the wild, choosing their natural habitat waters. When home or industrial breeding of nutria for the purpose of obtaining meat and fur, bodies of water might not be used enough to be spacious cages with constant access to water. To group of nutria on the cells is extremely difficult, but worth a try, separating ewes from young, and nutria for slaughter from those that are meant to further procreation. Carrying nutria can be time consuming and cause a lot of trouble, because these animals sometimes behave very aggressively. Nutria bite is very painful and dangerous, so you should avoid direct contact with the upper incisors of the animal, trying to take nutria during the abdomen, or tail, and best of all right by the tail.

It is important to remember that nutria are bad to someone who tries to hold them back, or to scratch your back, while stroking in the abdomen perceive with polimanteia.

In nutrientsto there are two directions and even the way breeding nutrias: Continue reading

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