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Since we began breeding Holland Lops many years ago, we have worked hard to develop the consistent quality that is in our current program. While we have many champion torts in our line, our primary focus is on improving the quality in our favorite showable colors. We strive to consistently produce Tricolor Holland Lops of show quality. Our Tri lines are free from VM and we work hard to ensure the chinchilla gene does not enter our Tri line, in order to avoid un-showable magpies. We also have a heavy focus on Red Holland Lops which are surprising people on the show tables.
All of our beautiful babies are raised in a healthy, loving environment. We perform modified Bio-Sensory Stimulation on all our babies in the first weeks of life to ensure they grow up to be adaptable to new stresses without the concern of associated health issues.
We work hard to ensure our rabbits remain healthy and free from genetic diseases. Although we no longer us the Pasteurella vaccine due to some issues with it, we maintain a high percentage of rabbits vaccinated for RHVD in our herd. Our primary (original) foundation stock for our line include Miller's, Woodland's, and Lil' Bit Farms.
We do sell rabbits as pets at times. We love color at RLR, but stick to strict guidelines in our show lines, keeping our color stock free from the Vienna gene and the associated mismarkings. We are working to bring back our Vienna project and create beautiful Blue-Eyed White Holland lops as well. Our rabbits are handled daily from birth and by 8 weeks will have had multiple sessions of practice posing. We do
Being a closed rabbitry means that we do not allow visitors too our barn. It used to be very normal for reputable breeders to allow people to come to their homes to select their future pets. Unfortunately, there have been many changes in the breeding world and this is no longer considered best practice. Preventing transmittable diseases is a primary concern for breeders. For rabbits in particular, health is a big concern and with RHVD being as easily transmitted as it is, additional foot traffic risks the lives of even vaccinated rabbits. Another big reason is that some very unscrupulous people come to breeders (of any species) homes acting like they are interested in buying a pet, then leave and come back when no one is home to steal their animals. I have also heard of violent attacks on people's animals from previously amicable buyers. I do everything I can to ensure the safety of my animals and between our rabbits and our dogs, I am not taking any risks at my home.
That being said, I do want people to always feel comfortable when purchasing from us, so if ever you have concerns about buying a rabbit you would be using transport for, I am happy to meet with potential buyers through video calls so you can see the rabbit move and get a feel for type and temperament. I am set up with Google Duo, but if you have enough patience to teach me to use another format, I can probably work that out.
We have moved from Colorado Springs to Pueblo! We are about 25 minutes south of our previous location.
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