Rabbit Farming

Rabbit farming is a huge industry in the Netherlands. They have been raising rabbits for food and fur for centuries! We’ll talk about how they’re raised and why it’s so popular in this blog post.

Palomino Rabbit: A Breed of Golden Rabbit

Palomino Rabbit is a beautiful attractive colored animal that is large-sized and generally, two colors are available those are golden and Lynx. An American rabbit developer was trying to create a new breed of rabbit. He was Mark Youngs in Washington State who wanted to grow a new variation of the rabbit. In order to do that he crossed various commercial-typed rabbit breeds. Like other inventions, he eventually produced fawn …

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Florida White Rabbit: Three Little Ladies Rabbitry

The Florida white rabbit was accepted as a breed by the association in the late 1960s. The breed originated from a cross between an albino Dutch, a white Polish with a New Zealand. After the breeders carefully cross these three breeds, the Florida White that exists today was obtained. At the late-90s convention of the rabbits association, it was seen that the best race in the show was a Florida …

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Cinnamon Rabbit: Cinnamon Bunny Rabbit

The story of how the cinnamon rabbit breed was created is somewhat comical since it is due to children who raised several species of rabbits together. These children were the children of Ellis Houseman, they took their new creation to a 4H fair. The Cinnamon rabbit appeared thanks to the crossing of multiple races. Among them are White New Zealand, Chinchillas, Checkered Giants, and Californians and developed in Montana, United …

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Checkered Giant Rabbit: A Breed of Domestic Rabbit

The Checkered Giant rabbit is a breed originally from France, towards the end of the 19th century. One of its distant relatives is the Giant of Flanders. In 1904, a german man rabbits breeder crossed the breeds Reinish Checker with a Giant Flanders. From this line comes the now-called Checkered Giant rabbit. The first ones arrived in the United States in 1910. In the United Kingdom, there is a version …

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English Spot Rabbit: Gentle and Affectionate

The English Spot rabbit is also known as butterfly rabbit. The main characteristic of this breed is its spotted fur. Its most characteristic spot is what gives the race its name in Spanish since in the area of the nose it has a butterfly-shaped spot. This breed has been quite common in England since the mid-nineteenth century, being imported to the United States of America back in 1910. Years later, …

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Silver Fox Rabbit: A Rare Breed of Rabbits

Silver Fox rabbit emerged simultaneously in several countries during the 1920s. This race was the third race of rabbits that was created in the United States. It all start when a black rabbit of the Checkered Giant breed was crossed with an English Silver. His first name was American Heavyweight Silver but in 1930 change to his current name Silver Fox.  Many years later, in 1971, the National Silver Fox …

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