Here is a 50% German 50% English buck I'm keeping, brother to doe above.... sire is German buck, D'Lynn Saul. Ya, I know. His ears look huge! I could NOT get him to sit still. They really aren't that big! Or, hey! His body will catch up as he grows;-)
Pic of my 65% German tort doe, Alexis. She's ready to clip! Dense, dense, DENSE! coat.
Another pic of my tort 65% German doe, Alexis. I got her June 20 and she was clipped down. I have not TOUCHED her AT ALL with a blower or brush! NO MATTS! Other than a few little ones on her ear furnishings and small one on one cheak I need to cut. Super nice, "no grooming" type coat! Hoping to breed her late winter, early spring.
Pic of my purebred English doe "Sweatie", turned 5 months old TODAY! Sired by Countryside Patriot. She has never, EVER! been groomed! And I just had her out today for a petting and NO MATTS. I do, however, trim her face.
Sorry my garage is such a mess. I've had to do a lot of moving things around to get "fostered" bunnies and cages inside.
I do not keep my rabbits in air conditioning or with fans, but hoping to have my garage air conditioned next summer. Sooner or later, my husband will break down and build me a rabbit barn, complete with air conditioning in summer! He's already thinking about it......
I haven't shown for a number of years. I wanted you'all to see how I care for my angoras...and hope these bunnies needing homes get the care they desirve as well. However I do need to replace some cage floors. These cages I got at Farm and Fleet and they tend to rust easily. Even just the humidity in summer will make them rust. Oh bother, it's always something, isn't it?
I hope you enjoyed taking a peak at my rabbits.