Handall House Farm
German Angora Rabbits
German Angora Yarn
Member of the
International Association of German Angora Rabbit Breeders
People who help us make it happen:
Completely Angora by Kilfoyle and Samson
If you can only buy one book on raising angora rabbits, this is the one. Great explanations on food, shelter, care, medications, problems and so much more.
Rabbit Production 9th Edition by McNitt, Lukefahr, Cheeke & Patton
A more scientific approach to rabbit care.
Angora A Handbook for Spinners by Erica Lynne
Raising angora rabbits from the fiber prospective.
Raising Fishworms with Rabbits by Howard "Lucky" Mays
A good "how-to" for adding worms and compost to your income.
Beyond the Pellet by Boyd Craven & Rick Worden
Valuable information on what can and cannot be fed to rabbits as well as good information on alternatives to feeding pellets and growing your own hay. The reader must keep in mind the differences in nutritional needs of angoras vs. meat rabbits.
Learn to spin! Jonne Gomes is a fiber artist who teaches spinning. He is a terrific teacher and a fascinating person with a great sense of humor. You'll have the opportunity to take home a spinning wheel and Jonne will help you select a wheel that's right for you when you're ready.
This fiber mill is located in Eastford, CT. Owners Deirdre and Gregg do a beautiful job of processing your fiber into just about anything you'd like.
Quality cages and supplies for your rabbits. I have never been disappointed in their equipment - top notch!
Putnam Farmers CoOp
80 Front St, Putnam, CT 06260
Great people, great advice on anything even vaguely related to farming.
Great source for organic seeds for rabbit hay
Our 2016 litters are now ready for adoption. Check out our "Available Rabbits" page.
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