In the Nestbox
*Winter is a very hard time to breed in the mountains of WNC! Between long nights, cold days and the constant struggle with frozen water, females just don’t want to make babies. I do what I can, but they will start back up in earnest for babies around the end of March/April. Please contact me to get on the waiting list. My babies sell fast!
walnut & sycamore
The rare Angora! I only breed Angoras once or twice a year, so now is the time if you have been wanting to adopt an Angora for wool! My babes are a German/French mix, so their wool is a little less silky as some of the other breeds, but dang, they are way easier to brush and keep clean and knot free.
Oct 15, 2018: I have one male rabbit, with a beautiful golden coat like his dad. He has been castrated, so he is perfect as a wool rabbit. $100, which is less than the snip would cost alone!
metasequoia & bluet
Metasequoia is a Brown Otter and Bluet is a Blue Otter Standard Rex Rabbit. They should produced Black Otter, Black and maybe Blue offspring. Metasequoia and her babies are so sweet and of calm disposition. Acer is a nice sized buck and produces very healthy babes.
Litter Date: 2/1/19 Ready to wean on 3/1/19. They will be $40 a rabbit including pedigree, nails clipped, Ivemectin treatment and transition food.
Viburnum & bluet
Viburnum is a Standard Rex Blue Otter Doe and Bluet is a Blue Buck. Viburnum is a little highly strung, but she is a strong breeder and an excellent mother. Bluet is incredibly sweet and affectionate. He is quite a special bunny and his babies are always cuddly. Sage is one of their babies who loves to lay her head on our chins and relax. She’s a beautiful Lavender Otter and we usually have one or two in each litter.
Litter Date- Expected 3/10/2019 . Ready to Wean 4/11/19. They will be $40 a rabbit including pedigree, nails clipped, Ivemectin treatment and transition food. Email to get on waiting list.