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  1. Rabbit Breeds You need to take notes from your classmates! This only provides you with the pictures.

  2. French Lop

  3. French Lop • France 1850 • Cross of English Lop and Butterfly Rabbit • Shorter ears than English Lop • Very muscular/ massive thick body • Bucks: 9 lbs • Does: 10 lbs • Various colors

  4. Jersey Wooly

  5. Jersey Wooly • Developed in New Jersey • Cross of Netherland Dwarf and Angora • Less than 3.5 lbs • Ears 2”-3” long • 5 colors: shaded, self, agouti, tan, and pointed

  6. Harlequin

  7. Harlequin • Northern France and Belgium 1880’s • Cross of Dutch and common domestic rabbit • Colors: each side is different colors and face is opposite colors • 2 main colors: orange and white • Dark brown eyes • Medium size

  8. Giant Angora

  9. Giant Angora • Origin: Turkey • Oldest domestic rabbit • Made to maximize wool production • Firm body and unique coat • Bucks: 8.5 lbs • Does: 9 lbs • Ruby eyes with white fur/ blue eyes with white fur • Playful and social • 3 types of wool: medium fine, delicately weaved and fluff

  10. Mini Rex

  11. Mini Rex • Cross of Standard Rex and Netherland Dwarf • Less than 4.5 lbs • Dense plush fur (11 varieties) • Comes in many colors

  12. Checkered Giant

  13. Checkered Giant • From Germany 1904 • Cross of Rhenish Checkered and Flemish Giant • America 1910 • Long well arched body • White with black or blue markings • Stands well off ground • Colored butterfly nose and eye circles • Cheek spots and spine markings • Distinct tail and side markings • Bucks: 11 lbs • Does: 12 lbs

  14. Silver Martin

  15. Silver Martin • 50 years ago in nest box of standard Chinchilla • Black predominant color • Silver lining of ears • Eye circles are silver • Black, Blue, Chocolate, and Sable • Fur: 1” long • Bucks: 6-8.5 lbs • Does: 7-9.5 lbs

  16. Havana

  17. Havana • Mutation in 1898 • Chocolate color • Eyes: dark brown with ruby glow • 4.5-6.5 lbs

  18. Hotot

  19. Hotot • France 1912 • Cross of French rabbit and Giant Panpillon • America 1978 • White with black band around eyes • Bucks: 8-10 lbs • Does: 9-11 lbs

  20. Crème d’Argent

  21. Crème d’Argent • America 1934 • Very popular for fur • From France • Colors: cream with bright orange under coat • Bucks: 8-10 lbs • Does: 8.5-11 lbs

  22. Flemish Giant

  23. Flemish Giant • Belgium • Came to America 50 years ago • Comes in many different colors • Largest of all domestic breeds • Bucks: 12+ lbs • Does: 13+ lbs • Average weight: 15-18 lbs

  24. Sable

  25. Sable • Medium body length • Bucks: 7+ lbs • Does: 8+ lbs • Deep sepia brown • Head, ears and feet purple or shaded brown sheen • 1919 from English Chinchilla rabbits

  26. Satin

  27. Satin • Bucks: 8.5-10.5 lbs • Does: 9-11 lbs • Comes in many different colors • Origin: Indiana • Glass clear sheath to guard hair • Most popular commercial rabbit • Long muscular body, long ears and wiggly nose

  28. American

  29. American • Bucks: 9-11 lbs • Does: 10-12 lbs • Color: blue and white • America 1917 • Popular during 1920’s-1930’s • Back arches up more than other rabbits

  30. English Lop

  31. English Lop • Bucks: 9+ lbs • Does: 10+ lbs • Ears: 23-24” long • Brown and black • Unknown origin • First seen 1885 in Africa • Longest ears: 28.5” • Medium length and arched back

  32. Californian

  33. Californian • Cross of Himalyan and Chinchilla and the crossed with White New Zealand • Most popular breeds • Colors: white with black nose, feet tail and ears • Bucks: 8-10 lbs • Does: 8.5-10.5 lbs

  34. Polish

  35. Polish • Developed and albino Dutch rabbit • Short rounded body with short limbs and fine bones • Large eyes • Colors: black, blue, chocolate and 2 kinds of white

  36. Dutch

  37. Dutch • Origin: Holland • Brought to England • Unique colors: color patches on each side of head with white stripe in middle • 3.5-5 lbs average • Colors: black, blue, chocolate, steel gray, gray

  38. Shorthaired Rex

  39. Shorthaired Rex • Origin: 1919 • Came from mutation in litters in common grey rabbits that produced short haired litters • They have a short hair coat with guard hairs the same length as the underfur • Fur stands to a right angle to the skin • Very soft • Colors: Blue, black, Californian, castor, chinchilla, chocolate, lilac, lynx, opal, red, sable, seal white, broken • Bucks: 7.5 lbs; Does: 8-10.5 lbs

  40. Holland Lop

  41. Holland Lop • Origin: Netherlands • Small size • Colors: white, black, brown, solid or broken patterns • Apple shaped head • Short, broad eyes • Broad muzzle • Body resembles a French lop, but smaller • Less than 4 lbs • Cross between Netherland Dwarf, French Lop and English Lop

  42. Rhinelander

  43. Rhinelander • Origin: Germany • Unknown ancestory • Cross between English Butterfly rabbit and Japanese/Flemish Giant • Butterfly marking on nose, cheek spots, and eyering • Body is white with herringbone pattern or unbroken stripe from neck to tip of tail • Color markings on hip and flank • Comes in tricolors: blue, black, white • Buck: 6.5-9.5 lbs; Does: 7-10 lbs

  44. Silver Fox

  45. Silver Fox • Bucks: 9-11 lbs; Does: 10-12 lbs • Silver tipped fur • Fur is like fox fur • Original name: American Silver Giant • Originated 1920’s in Ohio • Name Given in 1929 • Fur is 1-1.5” in length

  46. New Zealand

  47. New Zealand • Cross between Belgian Hare and common white rabbit • 9 lbs • Origin: California and Indiana • Colors: white, red, black, grey • Mostly used for meat production • Leading choice for commercial rabbit production in the U.S.

  48. Cinnamon

  49. Cinnamon • Medium length • Meaty body • Color: Rust or cinnamon with thick smoke gray across back; underfur is orange • Bucks 8-10.5 lbs • Does: 9-11 lbs