Satin Angora Rabbit

Satin Angora Rabbit

Satin Angora Rabbit History of the Satin Angora Rabbit The Satin Angora Rabbit is derived from cross-breeding between a Satin and a French Angora. Satin Angora rabbits are often used as fiber animals, which means they are bred to shave their coat – a process that...
Jersey Wooly Rabbit

Jersey Wooly Rabbit

Jersey Wooly Rabbit History of the Jersey Wooly Rabbit Jersey woolies came from New Jersey. In the 1970’s, a woman by the name of Bonnie Seeley wanted to create a small, wooled rabbit. She crossed a Netherland dwarf and a French angora. Bonnie Seeley introduced the...
Belgian Hare Rabbit

Belgian Hare Rabbit

Belgian Hare Rabbit History of the Belgian Hare Rabbit The first Belgian Hare Rabbit was bred in Belgium in the early 18th century . In 1874, they were imported to England and called the “Belgian Hare.” English breeders made the Belgian Hare appear more spirited, like...
Lionhead Rabbit

Lionhead Rabbit

Lionhead Rabbit History of the Lionhead Rabbit In the early 1960’s the Lionhead rabbit appeared as a genetic mutation in a litter of rabbits in France and in crossbred litters in Belgium. The breeders were actually trying to produce a long-coated Dwarf, by crossing a...