Adult Rabbits for Sale

Please email me using the contact page if you are interested in purchasing one of these rabbits. I may have others available that are not pictured here. Discounts are possible for those interested in multiple bunnies.

H1711 Broken blue tort buck – $75

  • Hybrid buck
  • 43.75% English/25.3% Satin/19% French/11.95% German
  • DOB 1/27/2017

This buck was retained from Leesa’s most recent litter. Despite being mostly English, he takes more after the French and Satin side (although he lacks sheen). He has matured on the larger side and is a really nicely built buck. I have decided to keep his sister and am making him available in order to free up cage space, although I won’t be upset if he stays!

HH Pistachio – $75

  • Purebred satin buck (chinchilla)
  • DOB: 5/10/2015

Pistachio has served my herd well and is very closely related to many of my satins, so it is time for him to move on. He has gorgeous sheen and wool, however he is long in the shoulder and would not perform well on the show table. He is very sweet and friendly.

SFF Sam – $100

  • Broken fawn, or lightly marked tricolor
  • Hybrid buck: 50% French/47% German/3% Satin
  • DOB: 11/26/2016

Sam was retained from the last litter from my favorite harlequin doe, Furiosa. He had some markings that lead me to believe he was a tricolor as a kit, but he has since lightened to the appearance of a broken fawn. He has extremely dense wool that rarely sheds. He is a shy and easy-going buck, and sometimes takes some coaxing to persuade him to breed. Despite that, he is proven. I intend to retain some of his offspring.

SFF Pumpkin – $75

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  • Red/Fawn doe
  • Hybrid: 50.2% French/ 37.3% German/ 12.5% Satin
  • DOB: 3/24/2016

I retained Pumpkin last year due largely to her nice red coloration, however I didn’t get a chance to breed her this year and so she hasn’t been able to prove herself. She is a lovely doe that might be able to pass as a French angora on the show table. I have been very happy with the texture of her coat, which requires little to no grooming.

 

Page was last updated 8/4/2017

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