We are currently undergoing some changes to our rabbitry and will no longer be breeding Mini Lops or English Angoras. Our focus has turned towards German, German-mix and Satin Angoras. We also have Checkered Giants and occasionally Checkered Flemish Giant mixes. We will also be adding a couple more Mini Rex in the near future.
We got our first rabbits over 12 years ago, a Dutch and a Rhinelander. Since then we have also had Florida Whites, Netherland Dwarfs, Jersey Woolies, Californian, Holland Lops, Mini Rex, Mini Lops and English Angoras. Rabbits are truly a multi-purpose animal, they provide us with companionship, wool, meat and hides.
You may not know this, but each rabbit has it's own individual personality and in the right environment that character can really shine. Each of one of our rabbits is given individual attention and care, this includes rabbits intended for non wool or companion purposes. Every animal deserves to know what it is to be loved and cared for.
We raise rabbits for wool, show, pets and meat.
Angora fiber is one of the warmest fibers in the world- 8 times warmer than sheep wool- and is incredibly soft. Although angoras are generally easy going and friendly they are not recommended as a child's pet due to the fact that they are much higher maintenance than other breeds.
Animals have always been a major part of our family, so it's no surprise that raising rabbits has become a family affair.
Our family also includes 2 dogs- a boxer named Laila and a rescued heeler mix named Viktor, 4 cats- Angel, Rosa and the brothers Indy and Jackson, as well as 3 miniature horses- Laddie, Orkney and Topper, and our quarter horse- Sam. Laila the boxer is the official guardian of our rabbits and all living things in our home and Viktor helps with the chores- he loves to make sure everyone is in their right place and find the eggs in the chicken coop.