There has been a ton of activity here at the farm, and mostly its been selling off the rabbits, far and wide across the United States. Its been very enjoyable participating in a nationwide rare breed revival project. Afterall, rabbits are one of the easiest sources for home grown food, easy to keep and feed.… Continue reading Selling the Farm – March Madness!
Last Chance for Rabbit Delivery
In case you haven’t heard, we’ve been selling off a few breeds here at Trickster Hares Farm as we prepare for some life transitions. Selling off our Harlequin herd, pictures can be seen here. Japanese & Magpies on sale and discount off 3 or more. Selling off Silver Fox from Grand Champion lines (pix below) and… Continue reading Last Chance for Rabbit Delivery
Bungled Show Sale – 15% off
Stock overflow! My car broke down on the way to the show last weekend! I’m $500 in the hole from unexpected car repairs, and couldn’t make it to the show to complete my sales. Plus out the show money!! I need to unload my extra stock in a hurry so I’m doing a sale. Bigger… Continue reading Bungled Show Sale – 15% off
Why are Belgian Hares and Harlequin Rare? What are their Dispositions?
Sharing this conversation from an inquiry on these two breeds. Belgian Hares can make wonderful pets – if you have ones with gentle dispositions. I too have heard about lines here in the US with cranky dispositions including biting. I’d be very selective where your hares comes from. My hares are not like that. They… Continue reading Why are Belgian Hares and Harlequin Rare? What are their Dispositions?
Rabbits for sale
Coming up for sale at this time: Lionhead babies – Blue Eyed White and Blue Vienna Marked Lionhead doe – tortoiseshell – won BOSB at West Coast Classic – $50 Lionhead doe – Red Eyed White – $40 (Mossy Ranch) Lionhead buck – black – little mane as a mature animal but very well typed… Continue reading Rabbits for sale
Colony Living – Cage Style
Pip shows off her new cage. Its 10 feet long, with a divider in the middle. The divider has a door in it, the spring latch is visible just above her forehead. This way I can introduce another young female on the other side (an Hotot, Bowie, is over there) and see if the two… Continue reading Colony Living – Cage Style