From what I have read (I could be wrong) a flemish giant will give birth 30-34 days after conception.
by Jackie Lynnley 6 months ago
I read this was true and I just have to know if it is, please! Please provide links to prove what you say. Surely we are not going to be aborting babies ready to come into the world fully developed and healthy?
by pmorries 2 months ago
Does a person start dying at the moment of birth? Or, does a person start dying at the moment of...conception? Or, do we start to die after we reach our physical peak, which is reached at about the age of 25? Some say that you can tell a lot about a person by the way they look at death...is that...
by krabytammy 9 years ago
My missy Flemish Giant had a litter of babies and they are only 5 days old. When I went to feed herone of the babies were lying in the doorway of her hutch, not moving. Do I remove it?
by YogaKat 5 years ago
Is Christianity the only religion with an immaculate birth - Maryʻs birth to christ.I recently found that American Indians supported a similair belief through prophet Dekanwida. My christian friend says christianity is the only religion where God reaches down to man. I would love to learn...
by Kathryn L Hill 6 months ago
Pro-Lifers are against abortion. They say the life of the fetus matters. They say the will of the mother, (not to be pregnant and not to have a child,) doesn't matter. (Its too late at that point.) The soul of the fetus is basically on a course toward full development and this process should not be...
by Thinkaboutit77 10 years ago
People who are pro-life are really pro-choice because it is the pro-lifers who wish to give the unborn child a CHOICE rather than have the choice made for them.The pro-choice movement is really a pro-abortion movement because abortion is a big business, there's a LOT of money involved in this side...
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