Note: D'Lynn no longer breeds German Angora rabbits. I have decided that I strongly prefer the English texture both on the rabbit and in the yarn. So I am working on getting rid of all German blood in the rabbitry.
Currently available: No babies available at this time
Some bunnies from former litters
Pictures from litters past.
2 D'Lynn bred does, Ricki, 11 lb, 13 oz, chestnut
Sommer, ll lb REW doe. Both these girls are gone now.
They are missed.
Yes, they turned out as red as they look, see
SOLD 45% German 55% French bright red doe, 3 years old . Very soft for a Ger/French, clear markings, no smut. She was a nice doe I always thought I would breed, but never did. $55
PENDING Pure German, out of my IAGARB registered doe. Very large, over 12 lbs. Very good wool production. Her ear was bitten off by another doe when she was a baby, otherwise she is perfect. She is exactly what IAGARB breeders are looking for, but I no longer desire German fiber, so she is available to the right home.
SOLD 75% young Tort buck. This is a nice buck and I would most definitely be keeping him if I were still going to have any German blood in my rabbitry. But I've decided to clear out anythng that does not look or feel like English. $95
SOLD75% German 25% English buck. He is about 8 lbs with super soft coat and loads of crimp. Outstanding spinner's bunny, easy to work with this fiber, I use it a lot, but need space for English babies that are coming. $80
I do have a litter of pure English planned for spring 2011. Not due until May.
We have no more babies to offer
at this time,
. Email for details.