WHY PURE-BLOODED RABBITS?
Our Pure-blooded Rabbits are famous for their fantastic fertility, superior feed conversion, low cost, disease resistance, litter size and better overall performance. The fur color variants of our New Zealand Rabbits have made them the most numerous of the 12 million domestic rabbits in America. They are famous for breeding, beautiful fur, show and make excellent pets. Our Lion Heads and Holland Lop bunnies are bred for their amazing docile, loving personalities.
SELECTION AND CHECKING CONDITION
When we select a rabbit, we will discuss exactly what you are looking for so we can make the best decision. For example, are you seeking a gentle pet for a young child or are you breeding for a certain attribute, size or color? Also be sure to check a rabbit’s overall condition. We always do this for you, as we will not sell a substandard rabbit. You too can double check condition by noting the brightness of the eyes, firmness of flesh, as well as the fur sheen, color, density and fly back (lay of the coat).
NEW TO RABBITS?
Don’t worry if you have no experience. All you need to start is a cage, water and feed from us or your local pet or feed store! We’ll also give you additional information and resources to get started. Then call us with your questions and we’ll point you in the right direction. We’ll enjoy hearing from you.
ATTN BREEDERS: We are considering additional preferred genetics, although we are extremely careful before we make an outcrossing decision to add to our bloodlines. Email us if you have a proven pedigreed and registered bloodline, or want to network. Of further interest are winning show stock and awesome colors. We are at many of the Southeastern U.S. shows, so perhaps we can meet there.
Helpful Websites, Videos, Books and Articles
YOUTUBE VIDEOS: Raising Rabbits - Click Here
BEST COMPREHENSIVE RABBIT GUIDEBOOKS
NEW ZEALAND RABBIT ARTICLES
WINNING AT SHOWS
YouTube Videos - Showing Rabbits - Click Here
YOUTH Ag CLUBS
FUN RABBIT VIDEOS & BOOKS
RABBIT HOUSING INSTRUCTION
American Rabbit Breeders Association, including the Domestic Rabbits Magazine www.ARBA.net
American Federation of New Zealand Rabbit Breeders www.NewZealandRabbitClub.net
MICROFARMING AND HOMESTEADING
YouTube Video - HomeSteading Ideas - Click Here
Georgia Department of Agriculture agr.georgia.gov/
University of Georgia Ag Department www.caes.uga.edu/
Georgia Agribusiness Council www.gaagribusiness.org/
AWESOME SMALL FARM PUBLICATIONS