I currently have 10 french angora juniors for sale. I have five black bucks, two white bucks, and three white does for sale. The mother of the black bucks has very nice wool that seems to resist matting more than my other rabbits. The black bucks seem to have inherited this trait from their mother. The babies were born on May 9th/10th. I will be driving to the Michigan Fiber Fest next week and am almost certainly going to the Misty Hills rabbit show next month in Dodgeville, WI. I would be happy to transport a rabbit to either of these events. Rabbits come unaltered but would be happiest and healthiest spayed/neutered if going to a pet home.
If you are interested in a rabbit please tell me a bit about yourself and any family members or roommates that would be in contact with the rabbit, why you want a rabbit, what other types of pets you have had/currently have, where and with whom your rabbit would live, how the rabbit would get exercise, and what books/websites/yahoo groups you have read to prepare for a rabbit.
My rabbits currently roam free in a sex segregated colony setting. They are able to make friendships, socialize, and engage in rabbit behavior such as burrowing. A bonded pair of does, or pair from the same litter can often get along. Two males will fight bitterly unless neutered. A male and a female living together should always be spayed/neutered to prevent unwanted pregnancy.