If you are looking for a pair of pet angora rabbits, and are able to provide a forever home for them, then this might be an opportunity for you. We have been contacted by the Danaher Animal Home who have two rabbits, one called Snowball and the other called Sassy that need a new forever… Read more »
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The breed standard of the national club. Body Coat Clipped down to a maximum of one inch, pure colour, fine texture, even and dense all over A coat of 1 – 2 inches is permissible in the case of coloured Angoras 15 points Furnishings Head, feet, legs, face, ears and tail 15 points Head Broad,… Read more »
Breeding Angora rabbits and the problems When the doe is ready to produce it is down to her and it is not always straight forward. The doe produces a litter, but often can scatter babies across the hutch during this process, especially if she is a first time mother. If she has made a nest… Read more »
Congratulations to Sally May of Bourne Stud Angoras for winning the Best Fancy with her Sooty Fawn doe ,Sooty Bergil of Bourne at the Three Counties Show, with Derek Medlock Judging. Born on 19th April 2017 she is only just over five months old, but well developed.