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
Who doesn’t love a t-shirt? Especially one with a rabbit on it? This t-shirt is perfect for any rabbit lover, if you are still looking for gifts for the holidays. The t-shirt says “Beveren Rule” on the back – promoting awareness about one of the most rare breeds in the U.S. You do not have… Continue reading Support a rare breed with this T-shirt!
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?
Isn’t she a beauty? This is Misty’s Firebird. Spotted her at West Coast Classic and decided to branch into rufus! Hope to have some offspring with my Black Otter buck ready in Fall. My Black Otter, Jack, comes out of a dam with deep red coloring… I’ve been waiting for an appropriately red doe to… Continue reading My new Belgian Hare rufus doe!
New crop of Blue Eyed White Beveren coming to West Coast Classic on May 2! I have 3 1/2 Grand Champions from full siblings of a previous litter. Sister won BOB twice at two different shows of over 43 animals – big shows for Beveren! These are very nice rabbits. Sire from Calloway, Dam 3B… Continue reading Beveren for sale at West Coast Classic
I’m delighted to say I have a first litter from one of the does of French imports through Maison Laperriere. They’re darling!! Here they are with their Auntie:
Here’s an update on my French Blanc de Hotots, that I received from Nova Scotia, first generation descended from La Maison de Laperriere’s French imports. They are larger than American Hotots, are more energetic, and have a longer, leaner build. They dance and leap about their hutch with grace and ease, they have more of… Continue reading My French Girls
We’ve got two rabbits for sale at the upcoming Stockton Feb 1 show: Blue Eyed White Beveren Doe – 6 months, 10.8 lbs. Only letting her go in favor of keeping her two older sisters, to make room for their future litters. She’s a very large girl. She has 3 Grand Champion older siblings. She’s… Continue reading Rabbits for sale
The guy who started it all… my first (and still, only) Belgian Hare. He’s a wonderful creature, smart, agile, funny. I love this little guy. We used to let him roam our whole 2-acre property, he considered it his job to run up to greet visitors. After he caught a respiratory illness from the wild… Continue reading Belgian Hare – Jack the Rabbit
Here’s my handsome boy, Sultan, has German lines. Lovely rabbit and lovely personality.