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About Giant Angora RabbitsAbout Giant Angora Rabbits


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Giant Angora rabbits are a breed of domestic rabbit that is known for its long, thick wool coat. They are a large-sized breed, typically weighing between 9-12 pounds. They have a broad and well-proportioned body, and their wool coat can reach up to 7 inches in length. They come in a variety of colors, including white, black, gray, and more. They are known for being docile, friendly, and easy to handle. They have a calm temperament and make great pets for families or individuals. They are also good for showing, and are known for their long wool coats. They have a lifespan of around 8-12 years and are known for being hardy and adaptable, making them well-suited for indoor living. They are also known for their high fertility and fast growth rate, making them a good choice for meat production. However, they require regular grooming and trimming of their wool coat to maintain their appearance.

Giant Angora Rabbits Associations

American Rabbit Breeders Associations, Inc. American Rabbit Breeders Associations, Inc. - www.arba.net


American Rabbit Breeders Associations, Inc. American Rabbit Breeders Associations, Inc. - www.arba.net