Beautiful, Healthy Bunnies
We specialize in breeding and raising Satin (Siamese, black, blue, and broken), Holland Lop, New Zealand, and Blue Eyed White (NZ’s w/ Vienna gene) rabbits. Pedigrees are available.
Our breeds are great for those who want a unique pet, for shows and 4-H programs, and an excellent source for lean, healthy protein.
We can also help you start your own breeding program.
We are members of :
- The American Rabbit Breeders Association (ARBA)
- The American Satin Rabbit Breeders Association
- The Holland Lop Rabbit Specialty Club
Satins first appeared in a litter of Havanas owned by Walter Huey of Pendleton, IN in 1934. After consulting with Harvard University geneticists it was concluded that this was a simple mutation that was unlike anything seen in the rabbit world. From those humble beginnings the Satin Rabbit was born. First called Satin Havanas, these rabbits with the brilliant sheen were later renamed Satins. Today exhibitors can enjoy showing Satins in 11 brilliant colors. The Satins and Mini Satins (affectionately called Team Sheen) are grouped under one specialty club. Our Satins are all pedigreed. We are producing Siamese, Blue, Black and broken colors.
Originally developed by Adriann de Cock of the Netherlands with the purpose of creating a dwarfed lop-eared rabbit that was smaller and easier to handle than the larger French Lop. The venture was long and challenging but ultimately, rewarding as the breed was recognized by the ARBA in 1979. Today the Holland Lop is one of the top five most popular breeds in the ARBA. Its compact size paired with the large head and lopped ears makes it a beautiful addition to the rabbit world. Our Lops are all pedigreed. The buck pictured here is Jordan, an ARBA registered chestnut. We also have a harlequin buck named Romeo. Our does include, Nala, a blue-eyed white, Cupcake, a broken blue tort, and Juliette, an Opal.
With more ARBA Best in Show wins than any other breed, the New Zealand rabbit was a game changer for many breeders. Despite the name, the breed was originally developed in the United States and became recognized in 1916. New Zealands were prized for their quick growth rate and meat production, and while the Reds were initially more popular, the New Zealand White soon took over due to the easy of dyeing a white pelt for the fur market. We feature New Zealand with Vienna lines which produce blue eyed bunnies. We have produced both whites and broken with blue eyes.
We Love Bunnies
Breeding and raising the very finest rabbits available.