1. Management of sleeping rabbits
The period before the baby rabbit opens its eyes is called the sleep period, and at this time, the room temperature should be maintained at 30-32 ℃. Firstly, the newborn rabbit should eat early and have enough colostrum. For those who do not breastfeed their offspring, mandatory measures are taken (excluding symptoms such as mastitis). The method is to grab the mother rabbit's ears with your hand, fix them in the litter box, and at the same time, touch the mother rabbit to make it quiet, allowing the offspring to suckle freely. This way, the mother rabbit will automatically breastfeed 1-2 times a day for several days.
2. Management during the eye opening period
（1） Help the rabbit to open its eyes after 12 days of age. When the baby rabbit opens its eyes, it should be checked head by head. If incomplete opening is found, it can be washed with cotton wool dipped in warm water to remove the mucus that seals the eyes and help the baby rabbit open their eyes. Otherwise, it will form small or blind eyes.
（2） Turn on and off the feeding of good offspring rabbits. After about 20 days of birth, the mother and offspring rabbits should start feeding. At this time, the mother and offspring rabbits should be kept in separate cages to facilitate separate training and feeding of the offspring rabbits. The training and feeding of young rabbits requires small amounts and multiple meals, and can be fed with easily digestible and nutritious feed. If feeding green feed, it is required to be fresh, tender, and clean, and do not feed feed with mud or moldy feed. After the young rabbits are fed, anti coccidiosis drugs should be added to the feed.
（3） Timely weaning and strengthened management can be achieved by weaning the entire nest with uniform growth. For those with significant differences in growth, the ones with good physical fitness can be weaned first, while those with weak physical fitness can be weaned later. Do not easily change feed half a month after weaning to avoid affecting appetite. Newborn rabbits that have just cut off their fetal hair should still be raised together in their entire nest, and after several days of adaptation, they can be divided into cages according to their physical strength and size (two can be used in one cage).