Here are a few images of a litter from a Sable Angora rabbit doe and in the litter there are 2 siamese sables (medium shade) and 1 marten sable medium and 1 white in the litter all born on Good Friday 2nd April in 2021. It is common to throw whites as we used whites to… Read more »
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Every Angora rabbit is an individual, so it stands to reason that not all Angoras show the same traits. One trait I have observed in some of my Angora rabbits is to stand on their hind legs to get a better look around. Some do this free standing whilst others may use a wire frame… Read more »
Angora rabbit babies are very quick to learn if brought up by their Angora rabbit mother and this is evident in the self grooming behaviours you can observe when watching them. Keep an eye out for excessive grooming by a baby rabbit or by one of its siblings though of one another particularly if you… Read more »
If you are new to breeding Angora rabbits then this hopefully will help provide a few answers and provide details on what to expect. If you are breeding from an experienced older doe then the process should be more straight forward, although this is not always the case.
Hopefully all National Angora Club members have received their new Year Book for 2021 and thank you to Lesley Taylor, our Yearbook Editor and everyone who helped in the production of it. If there are any queries or questions get in touch with us.
Ros Waring has agreed to judge the Virtual Stock Show on 6th June 2021. Thank you Ros. Send all your Entries to email@example.com For the Pet/Spinners Angoras please include your name, the rabbits age and colour and name. 2 photos are required side on and front on and to include a sign stating NASS June… Read more »
I hope everyone that entered enjoyed the experience and Congratulations to everyone who took part in the Bunny competition. The pictures of the rabbits were lovely and it made it very difficult to choose between them. There are two winners with the same amount of likes each Jo Ford with Baloo and Kirsty Louise Burns… Read more »
Wow, what a lot of bunnies with 37 entries thank you to everyone who submitted a photo or photos of your beautiful Angora bunnies. Wishing everyone a very Happy Easter and hope you enjoy the gallery of Easter bunnies. Here are the entries and don’t forget to vote via the National Angora Club Facebook page… Read more »
I would really like an Angora……. An Angora rabbit in full exhibition coat is one of the most attractive sights at a rabbit show. However, before settling on the rabbit of your dreams, it is worthwhile thinking about what rabbit keeping in general involves. Rabbits need a lot of attention and Angora rabbits require extra… Read more »