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Bucks

 


Cowboy's Neil
Chocolate Banded Sr Buck

This dude has eyebands to spare! I need to introduce some new (but related - he is mostly Family Pride and RHA which are my founding stock form 2010) genetics into my lines to prevent them from getting too tightly linebred, so I am hoping this guy is up to the task. He lacks some depth, but his head and ear will be most helpful.


 


ARR's Enterprise
Black Banded Jr Buck - chocolate carrier

This guy has the most solid body I have ever gotten on my bucks, so I am quite excited to see how he turns out! Despite being a black band I hope he will become my next main herd buck.


 


ARR's Scott
Black Banded Jr Buck

Potential chocolate carrier, and his head is starting to pop! I think he will turn out quite nice for me. He is out of a doe I got from an outcross of my lines, so he wil help with some diversity in the gene pool.


 

Does


ARR's Hydra
Black Banded Sr. Doe - 4 legs, 3 for BOB

My best homebred to date, she smashed the shows as a junior taking 1st junior at just 10 weeks old, and a few months later taking BOB at all three shows in the Dalton Triple. She is out of the first litter of Buttercup's, a doe I picked up back in May 2015 at the Ohio minicon. Hydra carries chocolate. We just need to nab a senior leg and then she can grand out but I dont make it to shows often, so I have bred her. Her babies are just as amazing!



ARR's Serenity
Chocolate Banded Jr Doe

She is my new absolute favourite in my entire rabbitry. Sweet, cuddly, playful, oh, and did I mention adorable AND typy? She needs to hit the show tables soon...of course there are none for months because summer in the South is crazy hot.



ARR's Cassini
Black Banded Sr. Doe - chocolate carrier

Out of Hydra, she is the spitting image and just as well put together. She carries chocolate and has amazing babies. She is a cuddly spitfire!



ARR's Voyager
Chocolate Banded Sr. Doe

Out of Hydra, she is the nicest chocolate I ever produced until Serenity was born! Full body, cute little head coming in, and thick little ear already! Little long in shoulder, I'll need to work on that (Serenity fixes this!).



ARR's Juno
Chocolate Banded Sr. Doe

She is just a cute little doe, a young senior. I love how clean and cute her eyebands are, and she has nice type to boot. She needs to have a litter for me soon though, some does just are not into the baby-thing!


 


ARR's Firefly
Black Banded Sr. Doe - chocolate carrier

From an outcross with my own ARR's Saturn crossed with Lunar Lapin's Saturn. She is a bit long in body but I hope to mostly use her as a brood doe. I find the longer body does often have an easier time with litters, and larger litters as well. Eyebands are thin, but they are complete.



ARR's Kelly
Black Banded Sr. Doe

Potential chocolate carrier, I basically kept her to be a brood doe. I find the longer bodied does tend to have larger and nicer litters and she is out of Firefly who is my outcross which will help with genetic diversity in my herd. I have a few brood does aging so it is time to look forward. A lot of breeders don't put their brood does on their sites, but I think it is helpful to talk about what makes a good brood doe versus show doe, especially with the dwarf breeds. The best rabbits often come from brood does, and the brood does have the easiest time with litters. It's not that they are necesarily "ugly" just they are not as "put-together" as one would want to show.


 

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