As a Holland lop breeder, my focus is to improve my herd which will, in turn, improve the breed as well. It is a hard task as we love them all the same. Being able to see what faults they have and deciding how you can get rid of such faults isn't easy. Especially when you have a small rabbitry like myself, it can be hard to keep all that you should. I've been following some tips found on the Holland lop Guide book about moving your herd forward and have seen great results.
Winning a ribbon doesn't satisfy me. I want to Love what I see in my rabbitry and be proud of my improvement.
I think we are heading in the right direction and thriving. My juniors are better than their parents and I know what they need to become even better!
Can't wait to see them mature.
Ali is the result of a breeding that I made in hopes of improving crown position and definition. I'm very happy with the result of this breeding.
He is 16 weeks now!
This is Lulu she is out of Katsu and Momentai . My goal here was to produce a doe with nice width and better bone than her mother. I'm very happy with the result.
She is a overall better type than her mother.
Precious is the result of breeding Ace and Vita. I bred them because I wanted a nice type tort that carried sable point in her genes. Mission accomplished!
Princess Jasmine is out of Sarabi and Ace.
She is definetely better then Sarabi because she is a compact doe. She is only 16 weeks and I'm very happy to have her in my herd.
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