Members: ARBA (American Rabbit Breeders Association)
We raise a few different breeds of rabbits.
On occasion, we will also have some other breeds of rabbits available.
- Netherland Dwarfs
- Holland Lops
- New Zealands
- American - Blue variety
- Beveren - Blue variety
- Flemish Giants - Black & Blue varieties
Rabbit prices usually range from $10.00 to $45.00 each - depending on
breed, size and age of rabbit / bunny.
(Dwarf and Flemish breeds are more expensive than standard-sized breeds).
** Pedigrees on some of these rabbits are available for an additional $15 each
We also have some feeders available
- both live and frozen.
Prices vary according to size/weight.
Most frozen guinea pigs range between $3.00 & $6.00 ea.
Rabbits range between $5.00 and $10.00 each
Some pinkie/fuzzy rabbits available in limited supply.
Call for availability and to place your order.
BELOW ARE THE YOUNG RABBITS NOW AVAILABLE !!!
Pet Bunnies - Smaller Breeds - $20 each
Dutch, Beveren and California Bunnies
Young Adults - Mini Rex, Holland Lops, Dutch
- $20.00 each for females (does)
- $10.00 each for males (bucks)
(call for availability - we do not reserve bunnies)
We raise a variety of Rabbits - for show & exhibition, pet, hobby, therapy animals , petting zoos, meat, organic farming/fertilizer and raw pet food. We have breeds from the very small Netherland Dwarf to the very large Flemish Giant, and many breeds in between. We are ARBA (American Rabbit Breeders Association) members and breed our rabbit to conform to the Standards of Perfection for the specific breed. We exhibit many of our breeds and are proud to say, they are doing well in the show ring.
Although many people may not be interested in pedigreed rabbits or bunnies, we would like our customers to know that the animals that they purchase are from good quality stock and parentage.
We would like to say that although we hatch, breed and raise many different types of animals, we are sensitive to the fact that there are many homeless animals out there that are in need of a home. We do our best at re-homing many animals and poultry over the years and will continue to do so. If you ever have or come across any poultry, rabbits, livestock, etc. that are in need of a new home, please feel free to contact us. Unfortunately, we DO NOT have the facility to take on any dogs or cats. You must understand that we are not a vet or hospital facility, nor can we take on any sick or injured animals for the safety of our own stock and for the safety of our customers. Animals are an important part of our lives and we will do our best to satisfy their needs.
Description of Rabbits Breeds
Below is a brief description of the rabbits we offer for sale.
Dutch Rabbit -
The Dutch Rabbit is a gentle breed with a good disposition. They make a make a great rabbit for the beginner to the well advanced exhibitor.
The adult Dutch (over 6 months old) weight should be between 3 1/2 lbs to 5 1/2 lbs.
Polish Rabbit -
The Polish is one of the smaller domestic rabbit breeds, having a maximum weight allowance of 3½ lbs. and an ideal weight of 2½ lbs. They are popular rabbits for show and exhibition.
American Rabbit -
The American rabbit is a multi-purpose animal developed for meat and fur. Americans are large rabbits with mature bucks weighing 9 to 11 pounds and does at 10 to 12 pounds. They are a hardy breed, docile in nature, produce large litters and are typically good mothers. Fryers make marketable weight fairly quickly and are easily kept on wire bottom hutches. The blue variety is the deepest blue color of any of the recognized breeds in America.
Beveren Rabbit -
Beverens have a pronounced mandolin body type, are hardy and docile with good personalities, having usually good mothering instincts. Kits have a moderately good grow-out rate (but not beating NZWs). With fur length being between 1 and 1 1/2 inches long, the Beveren is an excellent dual-purpose rabbit, useful for both meat and fur. Beverens varieties include blue, blue-eyed-white, and black only. Bucks should weigh between 9-11 pounds, and does weigh between 10-12 lb.
California Rabbit -
Californian Rabbits are a favorite choice for commercial and backyard meat rabbit production. California rabbits are white bodied, with dark ears, nose, feet, tail (points) and have red eyes. Adult bucks should weigh 8-10 pounds, with 9 pounds being ideal. Adult does should weigh 8 1/2 - 10 1/2 pounds, with 9½ pounds being ideal.
Champagne Rabbit -
The Champagne d'Argent exemplifies a commercial, meat rabbit type, being full in the shoulders and deep in the hindquarters. They are an old rabbit breed, born pitch black and silver out as they age. They can tip the scales at up to 12 pounds.
Some photos and breed descriptions supplied from Raising-Rabbits.com
New Zealand Rabbit -
New Zealands are now the perfect example of a meat producing breed - firm, meaty, full depth and breadth of hindquarters and slightly less so in the shoulders. New Zealand senior (adult) bucks weigh 9-11 pounds; senior (adult) does weigh 10-12 pounds. New Zealand Whites are the breed of choice for most commercial rabbit operations. Until recently, white fur was preferred as stray hairs would be less noticed against the pale meat. Additionally, white fur can be dyed to a color of choice, if desired. Fryers gain weight rapidly, reaching 5 pounds by 8 weeks or close to it.
Lionhead Rabbit -
The Lionhead is a fairly short-furred little rabbit, with the exception of a mane of long wool around the face, neck, and possibly low on the flanks. They are about 3 1/2 pounds in size and make good pets. They have the appearance of little lions.
Netherland Dwarf Rabbit -
Netherland Dwarf is the Number One most popular rabbit breed across the globe. They are small and compact in size and usually weight between 2 and 2 1/2 pounds. They come in a variety of colors. They make good pets due to their size, but do require special knowledge in the breeding of these rabbits as they carry certain genes that are known to cause birth defects.
Holland Lop Rabbit -
Holland Lop Rabbits are the second most popular rabbit breed worldwide (Netherland Dwarfs taking first place). They are well suited as pets due to their docile temperment and small size. They are about 4 pounds when full grown.
Flemish Giant Rabbit -
Flemish Giant Rabbits are the mammoth rabbits of the rabbit world, and the basis of all giant rabbit breeds. It is thought that every single giant rabbit breed today is based upon the Flemish Giant Rabbit as it was known circa 1900. Bucks and does are considered adults at 8 months of age. An adult buck's minimum weight should be 13 pounds, and an adult doe's minimum weight 14 pounds. Flemish Giants are typically docile in nature.
The following breeds are typically used for pets/companions due to their smaller size.
These following breeds are typically used more for meat production, although the dispositions of some breeds make great pets.