I started raising Angora rabbits because I thought they were so cute and wanted a source of fiber for my spinning. I have had Sheep, but I thought the Angora Rabbits were much easier to deal with. I saw my first Angora rabbit in a pet store, and from there found my first fuzzy critters over 32 years ago.
I use to do a lot of showing but have slowed down over the years. I found it much more enjoying to do my fiber art than show. I go to 1 show a year now at Dalton, Ga. basically to see all my friends and trade bunnies.
I am currently working on Blue Eyed White German Angoras. All my Germans are purebred and will work on some tiny things I feel need improving on them. It has taken some work, but I now have several Blue Eyed White Germans. The gene was there, it just had to be pulled out. Now I have an array of colors and BEW’s as well.
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