Pedigreed French Angora Does
Beautiful black doe with breeding and show potential. She has nice fiber with deep color. Her great grandfather retained his deep color and the blacks in these lines have kept rich colors into maturity.
This is a pretty doe with nice dense fiber. Lots of color in her bloodlines. She is a bit long in the shoulders and at this point I would just recommend her as a wooler. However, being young, she could look better as she matures or if bred to the right buck could potentially be used as a breeder. Strong mothering skills in her background.
This doe is on the smaller side and has a really sweet personality. She is developing quite nicely and I think she might make a great show/breeding prospect. Lots of color in her background and strong maternal instincts and mothering skills.
This is a very nice doe and I think you will be pleased with her lovely fiber. She looks like she would make a show prospect for you. There is lots of color in her background and strong maternal instincts.
This doe is really stunning and has great fiber with lots of density. She is among the top offspring that has come from my rabbitry. In addition, she has a nice personality. And of course the strong mothering skills of my lines. She is a 4th generation born here.
Pedigreed French Angora Bucks
This buck would be best suited as a wooler. He is a nice boy, but not of the quality I would use for breeding. However, he is still young and could develop into something more. He has lovely fiber.
I really like this Fawn buck. He has a good personality and is developing into quite the looker. I would consider him a show/breeding prospect. Lovely fiber and out of lines that produce a lot of different colors and does that have strong mothering skills. A buck out of this same pairing last year has produced several show winners.
Litters that will be available when 8 weeks old
Mable decided to have a smaller litter this year and delivered 6 kits on April 6. There are 3 REW, 2 Black and one that looks like it will be chocolate agouti or possibly an opal.
Last year she had 12 kits and raised 11 on her own so she definitely has good mothering skills. Watch for these kits to be listed later on. I keep my kits until they are 8 weeks old, but will take deposits to hold them for you until they are old enough to go.
This is my new black doe that will be bringing some new bloodlines into my rabbitry. She is a stunning doe and has great fiber. She is scheduled for breeding the first of July with the plans of having kits that will be of weight to be shown at Oregon Flock and Fiber Festival in September.
Houdini has produced some very nice kits for us and I expect these kits to be a great group too. Watch for them around August of 2018. I'm looking forward to seeing what she produces, and to adding some