#cutenessoverload We took photographs of our very adorable rabbits today. There won’t be much of description by the way, but merely photos of them we took with the Canon 70D. This one is called Mini-rex. Yes, he stuck out his tongue. We are not sure why, but perhaps, it happened after we ran around the table trying to capture a… Read More CamboFarm: The Only Rabbit Farm in Cambodia
My sister, Kounila, is a blogger and was a journalist. She helped me a lot with the media. When I told her that I want to launch the first and biggest rabbit farm, she believed in me and my husband that we could make it if we keep working hard toward our goal. After the story… Read More Cambodia Farm in the Media
Yay! Thank you all for your support! Our business is expanding! The Phnom Penh Post had done a great job to capture this small business that is growing in Phnom Penh. Here’s the story published on 7Day’s Magazine (Phnom Penh) and the video news report: Bunnies burrow their way into hearts and saucepans Fri, 9… Read More Our CamboFarm is on the Phnom Penh Post!
This is called Yin Sen in Khmer or Ren Sen in Chinese (pinyin). This plant is really useful for rabbits, and I would really thank my Malaysian friend(Hairil Tan) for telling me about this. When you found out that your pregant rabbit doesn’t have enough milk for the baby, just give a few stalk of… Read More Ren Sen or Yin Sen
Thanks Mr. Manu and your family for visiting and buying our lovely rabbits in our farm. I think the little boy was shy when I took his pic. The kids love rabbits a lot, and I hope they will enjoy playing with them.
Rabbits, rabbits, why are you so adorable and cuddly? What makes you so? I wonder. Here is our name card. If you want to keep our name card, go ahead and print this document. 😀 Free of charge. During Valentine’s Day, we sold close to 10 pairs of very cuddly and cute well-bred baby rabbits… Read More Name cards of rabbit farm
Hi Pet Lovers, We gladly welcomed an American couple (CarrieAnn and Matthew) from Utah/the USA in November, 2012. It was a lovely visit, and our visitors’ love for pets was clearly shown on their face. 🙂 Who knows? They might come back to see the great great grand kids of the rabbits they held in… Read More Visitors from Utah/USA
my late grandmom’s stupa was just built in early 2012 Roses and Champa from our little garden Usually you find it hard to miss flowers at Cambodian farmers’ houses. Cambodian farmers generally grow 10 o’clock flowers — I don’t know if you’ve seen these kind of flowers before. They’re ivy-like, and are smell-less. The flowers… Read More Our Flowers at Cambo Farm