Giant Angora rabbit
Bucks: 10 lbs and over.
Does: 9 1/2 lbs and over.
Commercial body type. The Giant Angora has 3 hair types in its wool: underwool, awn fluff, and awn hair. The wool has superb density and is usually cut, as the rabbit does not molt. This breed has some furnishings on the face and ears. It gives its owners the advantages of superb fiber production along with American Rabbit Breeders Association recognition. Most Giant Angoras are gentle and easy-going. As one of the currently less popular breeds, there are more opportunities for recognition of those fanciers who work with it. Red-eyed-white is the only color currently ARBA-recognized for this breed, but some fanciers are developing other colors.
Minimum cage size for a single rabbit should be no less than 24 inches wide by 30 inches long by 18 inches high. The larger the cage, the better. An optimum cage size might be 30 X 30 X 18 high, or 24 X 36 X 18 high.
A mature Giant Angora may require from 1 cup to 2 cups of pelleted rabbit food daily. Monitor each rabbit and adjust food amount according to its condition.
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