Every Spring comes and I get hit up for rabbits, which I often don’t have any left available. Rabbits here in high country like to breed in March and April!! Unlike chicks, you don’t just hatch them and move them on. They stay with their moms 2-3 months, they get sorted for quality, and then… Continue reading Summer Bloom
Yes, we’re still raising Beveren and Belgian Hares, through the coronavirus pandemic, RHD rabbit pandemic, and, well, 2020. We have not been out to shows since 2019, because of all the above. It was a rough year of too many rabbits as we had bred for the West Coast Classic and National Convention! Our home… Continue reading Raising Rabbits during the Plague
Beveren were a hit at our first Colorado show! Annabelle refused to cooperate with staying in a carrier – she insisted on holding court, perched on the grooming table for hours – greeting passerby. Some packed her around the show room. One thing I can count on with the Beveren is winning people over with… Continue reading Our first Colorado show at Hotchkiss
These cuties are ready to go to new homes!
I know it’s been a long time since I posted here all our happenings! The Facebook page gets all the activity. Once we’re settled more will be coming here too. It’s been an intense year of transitions. For now, here’s our update. We’re right in the thick of things. Moving a rabbit farm four states… Continue reading Our big push East
We have Belgian Hare babies! Probably the last litters until sometime next summer. I have a couple show quality and a few pet quality – meaning their tan factor markings may not be orange enough, or any other conformational issues that means they should not be used in breeding but would make terrific pets. Belgian… Continue reading Belgian Hare babies!
What fun! We did an exhibit at the Heirloom Festival for the first time this year. Three days of lots of people, and talking a lot about rabbits! Sold rabbit t-shirts & art too. My rabbits entertained about 500 kids over the three day stretch. That was the hardest part, the busloads of kids arriving… Continue reading Heirloom Festival in Santa Rosa
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!
We were thrilled to win Best Opposite Sex of Beveren at ARBA’s National Convention in Del Mar in 2016, with Junior White Beveren Buck, ‘Posey’. Knowing there are really top notch breeders who come to National Convention from all over the U.S., this came as a surprise! We still consider ourselves new breeders going on 6… Continue reading Best Opposite at National Convention
Despite our pending move and other dramatic flurry of activities this fall, we’ve decided to head down to National Convention with the best of our young stock, to rub elbows with fellow rare breed rabbit breeders from all over the country. Most of my stock – if not all- will be for sale. I am still… Continue reading Beveren for sale at Convention