Everyone will have their own way of doing things when it comes to keeping their own Angora rabbits. This is the routine of an experienced breeder. Rabbits can be fed once or twice a day and appreciate being fed at the same time or times every day.
Monthly Archives: August 2017
The welfare of the Angora rabbit is very important to all members of the National Angora Club, whether exhibitors, craftspeople, pet owners or members with a combination of all three interests.
The National Angora Club (NAC) officials for 2017 – 2019 are listed below and include breeders, judges and enthusiasts of the English angora rabbit. If you are interested in joining the NAC (UK) then why not contact us for more information on how to become a member or go to the Constitution and rules.
This welfare code has been unofficial for many years, and has now been discussed at our Annual General Meeting and published in our yearbook. National Angora Club Members: Make the welfare of the rabbit their priority. Do not breed Angora rabbits for sale for commercial gain. Sell only to vetted private owners and not to… Read more »
Top 10 approaches to keeping your Angoras cool in hot weather: Clip them to remove the large long coats Use frozen bottles of water or frozen pads so they can sit by them to cool down Hang a wet towel in front of their cage or cover part of the hutch with a wet towel… Read more »
Do you have an Angora rabbit? Then this Club is for you. All Angora owners are welcome, whether you are an exhibitor, spinner, or simply a rabbit lover. Many of us are all three!
The primary need before the purchase of stock is housing. Any hutches designed for a medium-sized breed will suitably accommodate Angoras. A single rabbit needs a hutch two feet square and not less than 21” in height. Breeding hutches should not be less than three feet by two feet. A very practical idea is to… Read more »