Our Red English Angora Program...

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(No photos above have been enhanced in any way to change a Fawn to a Red. This is their true color, and we are very proud to be able to claim this.)

     I’d like to give a nice welcome to all who have an interest in learning and possibly taking on a red program. This has been and continues to be a very exciting experience for me and my team because on top of it being a difficult color to achieve, we never seem to get tired of working with it. 

     I have raised English Angoras for about 11 years. I received my first from Louise Walsh as a child and the rest from there was history. This breed has never been about making profit for me, in fact, I end up spending way more than I make because it is my passion and I wouldn’t have it any other way. The red genetics caught my attention due to it being so unheard of, and I really wanted to make it become more prevalent in the English Angora world for others as well as myself. After much research, money, and commitment, I have successfully produced Red English Angoras of my own while not cross breeding, but rather using the Rufus gene to my advantage and pairing accordingly. I hope that this color will one day expand and be more common, but also maintain exceptional quality and do well in the show world. My team and I are somewhat private in our breedings and who we sell to, due to the fact we need to be in order to continue this goal of ours in the Angora world, but if you are a person of integrity and humbleness, don’t hesitate to reach out, even if it is just to chat. We do not claim to be God of genetics or exercise a character of arrogance, but instead believe that no one is ever done or past learning. I hope this will one day be more common in English Angora breeders, but for right now, we feel many need to be reminded. As far as upcoming shows and events are concerned, we will be getting more involved this upcoming year with our first generation of Reds. Heart of Dixie Rabbitry, Thirteen’s Farms Rabbitry, and Sunset Meadow Farm Rabbitry are a partnership carefully working on this color program. We are excited for the future and grateful to have many people excited for us. Much love from ~ Alyssa, Zach, Annie, Beth, and Storm. 


         Thanks for reading up on us, and we hope to hear from you soon! 🐇

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