New Babies Were Born May 22nd! Honey did much better with her 2nd litter and we have eight healthy babies. The colors are 2 REW, 2 Chocolate Agouti, and 4 Chocolate. CHOCOLATE MALES #3 & 4 ARE BACK AVAILABLE. This litter turned 8 weeks old on 7/17/2020 and are ready for their new homes. If interested in our final 2 available bunnies please email us ASAP. Thank you all who will be receiving your new babies in the coming weeks!
2 Available Males
Mable's January Litter (all have found homes)
The Giant Angora Rabbit is the 2nd rarest rabbit breed in the USA. These are large wool producing rabbits that can provide 10+ ounces of ultra luscious angora wool four times per year! While some Angora varieties shed their coats and can be plucked, Giant Angoras are sheered, much like sheep. (There is some mis-information out there regarding cruelty in harvesting wool from Angora rabbits but let me assure you nothing of the sorts happens on this farm).
We currently have 4 resident rabbits on the farm. Our oldest rabbit, Hazel, is a Chestnut Agouti doe. She is our top producer and also our most adventurous bunny as it's common for her to escape her enclosure and be found free roaming within the barn. Next we have Mable, her wool is a beautiful blonde/red color when sheered. Her color is categorized as a "tortoiseshell", due to her dark points on her nose,ears, and feet. Arguably our star of the rabbitry is our chocolate buck Hershey. His head and feet are a gorgeous chocolate brown but his body is a much lighter, almost white color. Through breeding we are trying to create more chocolate giant angoras like Hershey but with a deeper chocolate body color. Last but certainly not least is Honey. She is a chocolate agouti but to the naked eye she looks more like a fawn colored bunny.
We are members of the American Rabbit Breeders Association.
Planned Breeding Breeding is done for 2020. We plan to bred Hershey & Honey again in Spring of 2021. We also plan to keep one Chocolate female from Hershey and Honey's litter (born late May 2020) and breed her to a new buck. We hope to acquire a new Chocolate buck at some point this year for this pairing.