Posts categorised: General interest

London Stock Show October 2023

Line up at Stock Show AA challenge was Whincup & Grindey 1st and 2nd with adult whites, Sally May, Bourne Stud 3rd with a smoke doe 4th Whincup & Grindey with a Chocolate, 5th Christine Hamilton with a gold, 6th Orrey Pike with a blue, 7th Sally May with a lilac. Coloured challenge 1st Sally… Read more »

Orreys updates continued…

It is always good to watch how your Angora rabbits develop over time and photographs are a good way to document their process. Despite trying to assess which one may have a better show coat or body type from a very young age, this does not always help if they turn out to be a… Read more »

Two bunnies – Re-homed now

Meet Maple and Albie, they are both neutered rabbits who are used to living indoors and need a new home and have now found one. Maple is a two-year-old who is fully vaccinated and spayed and bonded with Albie who is 18 months old and also fully vaccinated and neutered. Maple is ringed while Albie… Read more »

Gold babies, German, and Continental Angoras

Our newest litter of gold (+one agouti) German/Continental Angora bunnies. Coming up 9 weeks old now and are as cute as can be are looking for good homes. Please contact the NAC for more information about Peter Barker’s Angora rabbits for sale.

Cumbrian Wool Gathering

For those “up North” the National Angora Club will be at the Cumbrian Wool Gathering next weekend. Free spindle spinning lessons on the stand (unless me and my mobile telephone are permanently attached to that card machine. I am never sure why people want to pay by card for 90p worth of felting wool! )… Read more »

Blue Angora babies, growing up

Everyone likes baby rabbits, but they grow up so fast. In the wild, the mother would abandon them at 25 days old, already expecting her next litter. Our rabbits are cared for by their mother for much longer- and have a much better chance of survival! Should we come out? Five 3 week old baby… Read more »

Rehoming Biscuit and Betty – Rehomed now

UPDATE: Biscuit and Betty have now found new forever homes in Wales so thank you for all your support and offers, this is great news. If anyone is able to offer two Angora rabbits a home, there are two called Biscuit and Betty who are in need of re-homing. The current owner has made a… Read more »