Leslie's historic UK Guide Badge Syllabuses

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1943 POR - Rabbit Keeper Badge


1) Must have kept rabbits for one year and reared a litter.

2) Know the uses of, and be able to recognize the difference between, Fur, Fancy and Utility breeds.

3) Know common rabbit ailments (such as scours, cold in the eye, and pot belly) and their prevention and cure.  Know the right way to handle rabbits.

4) Write diet sheets for one rabbit during summer and winter, and name some unsuitable foods.

Note - the tester must be notified six months before the time of the test, so that she can inspect the condition of the rabbits and their accommodation from time to time.

1947 POR - Rabbit Keeper Badge


1) Must have kept rabbits for one year and reared a litter.

2) Know the uses of, and be able to recognize the difference between, Fur, Fancy and Utility breeds.

3) Know common rabbit ailments (such as scours, cold in the eye, and pot belly) and their prevention and cure.  Know the right way to handle rabbits.

4) Write diet sheets for one rabbit during summer and winter, and name some unsuitable foods.

Note - the tester must be notified six months before the time of the test, so that she can inspect the condition of the rabbits and their accommodation from time to time.

1950 POR - Rabbit Keeper Badge


1) Must have kept rabbits for one year and reared a litter.

2) Know the uses of, and be able to recognize the difference between, Fur, Fancy and Utility breeds.

3) Know common rabbit ailments (such as scours, cold in the eye, and pot belly) and their prevention and cure.  Know the right way to handle rabbits.

4) Write diet sheets for one rabbit during summer and winter, and name some unsuitable foods.

Note - the tester must be notified six months before the time of the test, so that she can inspect the condition of the rabbits and their accommodation from time to time.

1953 POR - Rabbit Keeper Badge


1) Must have kept rabbits for one year and reared a litter.

2) Know the uses of, and be able to recognise the difference between, Fur, Fancy and Utility breeds.

3) Know common rabbit ailments (such as scours, cold in the eye, and pot belly) and their prevention and cure.  Know the right way to handle rabbits.

4) Write diet sheets for one rabbit during summer and winter, and name some unsuitable foods.

Note - the tester must be notified six months before the time of the test, so that she can inspect the condition of the rabbits and their accommodation from time to time.

1957 POR - Rabbit Keeper Badge


1) Keep rabbits for one year; rear a litter; know the right way to handle rabbits.

2) Recognise the difference between Fur, Fancy and Utility breeds; know their uses.

3) Describe common rabbit ailments (e.g. scours, cold in the eye, and pot belly); understand their prevention and cure.

4) Write diet sheets for one rabbit during summer and winter, and name some unsuitable foods.

Note: The test should be spread over six months to enable the tester to inspect the rabbits and their accommodation from time to time.

1960 POR - Rabbit Keeper Badge


1) Keep rabbits for one year; rear a litter; know the right way to handle rabbits.

2) Recognise the difference between Fur, Fancy and Utility breeds; know their uses.

3) Describe common rabbit ailments (e.g. scours, cold in the eye, and pot belly); understand their prevention and cure.

4) Write diet sheets for one rabbit during summer and winter, and name some unsuitable foods.

Note: The test should be spread over six months to enable the tester to inspect the rabbits and their accommodation from time to time.

1961 (July) POR - Rabbit Keeper Badge


1) Keep rabbits for one year; rear a litter; know the right way to handle rabbits.

2) Recognise the difference between Fur, Fancy and Utility breeds; know their uses.

3) Describe common rabbit ailments (e.g. scours, cold in the eye, and pot belly); understand their prevention and cure.

4) Write diet sheets for one rabbit during summer and winter, and name some unsuitable foods.

Note: The test should be spread over six months to enable the tester to inspect the rabbits and their accommodation from time to time.

1964 (March) POR - Rabbit Keeper Badge


1) Keep rabbits for one year; rear a litter; know the right way to handle rabbits.

2) Recognise the difference between Fur, Fancy and Utility breeds; know their uses.

3) Describe common rabbit ailments (e.g. scours, cold in the eye, and pot belly); understand their prevention and cure.

4) Write diet sheets for one rabbit during summer and winter, and name some unsuitable foods.

Note: The test should be spread over six months to enable the tester to inspect the rabbits and their accommodation from time to time.

1965 (July) POR - Rabbit Keeper Badge


1) Keep rabbits for one year; rear a litter; know the right way to handle rabbits.

2) Recognise the difference between Fur, Fancy and Utility breeds; know their uses.

3) Describe common rabbit ailments (e.g. scours, cold in the eye, and pot belly); understand their prevention and cure.

4) Write diet sheets for one rabbit during summer and winter, and name some unsuitable foods.

Note: The test should be spread over six months to enable the tester to inspect the rabbits and their accommodation from time to time.

1968 Guide Handbook - Rabbit Keeper Badge


1) Keep rabbits for one year; rear a litter; know the right way to handle rabbits.

2) Recognise the difference between Fur, Fancy, and Utility breeds; know their uses.

3) Describe common rabbit ailments (e.g. scours, cold in the eye, and pot belly); understanding their prevention and cure.

4) Write diet sheets for one rabbit during summer and winter, and name some unsuitable foods.

Note: The test should be spread over six months to enable the tester to inspect the rabbits and their accommodation from time to time.

1973 Guide Handbook - Rabbit Keeper Badge


1) Keep rabbits for one year; rear a litter; know the right way to handle rabbits.

2) Recognise the difference between Fur, Fancy, and Utility breeds; know their uses.

3) Describe common rabbit ailments (e.g. scours, cold in the eye, and pot belly); understanding their prevention and cure.

4) Write diet sheets for one rabbit during summer and winter, and name some unsuitable foods.

Note: Your test will probably be spread over six months to enable the tester to inspect the rabbits and their accommodation from time to time.

1978 Guide Handbook - Rabbit Keeper Badge


1) Keep rabbits for one year; rear a litter and keep records of breeding, food and weights.  Know the right way to handle rabbits.

2) Recognise the difference between Fur, Fancy, and Utility breeds; know their uses.

3) Describe common rabbit ailments (e.g. scours, cold in the eye, and pot belly); understanding their prevention and cure.

4) Write diet sheets for one rabbit during summer and winter, and recognise common plants suitable and unsuitable for feeding to rabbits.

Note: The test should be spread over six months to enable the tester to inspect the rabbits and their accommodation from time to time.

1983 Guide Badge Book - Merged into Farmer Badge
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