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Business is hopping for Bucktail Bunnies

April 6, 2012

Photo by Amy Cherry - This Holland Lops doe is shown with two of her bunnies They are housed at the Bucktail Bunnies rabbitry, owned by Cindy Wingard, located on Woodsmoke Road in St. Marys.

A sure sign of spring's arrival is seeing bunnies hopping about, as is the case at Bucktail Bunnies, a local rabbitry owned by Cindy Wingard of St. Marys.
Having been born on a farm, Wingard has raised rabbits since she was a child. Today her hobby has turned into a barn full of 30 rabbits which she breeds annually.
According to Wingard, she started her rabbit-raising hobby again after her two children, Amy and Travis, were grown.

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