It's hard starting over.
I have never had this problem before. I ALWAYS had something I could breed. There was always a brood doe in the barn, or a color project I was working on, or something available for me to breed and wait for that next anticipated next generation. Starting over my rabbitry with juniors only has been a painful waiting game.
Luckily, it looks like the first group is just about hitting senior age.
My tri colors will be the first to hit 6 months in the next 3 weeks. I'll do a round of worming and then breed them all. Then a few weeks later, most of my torts will be ready to breed as well. I cannot wait to get the Kagee fuzzies in the nest boxes and on their way. Unfortunately this means some of the rabbits will have to miss some big shows coming up, like the West Coast Classic held in Reno, NV in a few months. I think that will end up being okay. I want to definitely still go to that show though.. it's definitely the best on the West Coast! It is one to not be missed!
Oh, word has it that the AFLRC will be holding their NATIONAL SPECIALTY next year in Reno, NV in conjunction with the WCC shows! YES!!! I cannot wait. Maybe the future babies will be some seniors to enter, and then of course, will make an attempt to breed for some juniors as well. Yay!