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We have a wonderful flock of camelids and sheep that provide us with a wide range of fiber types and colors. On rare occasions we will have young llamas available, but our flock is primarily maintained for their fiber production. Sheep breeds include Finn, Romney, Blue Faced Leicester and a variety of crossbreds that have been selected for their wonderful qualities (including personality!). In camelids we have llamas, alpacas and some alpaca/llama crosses. Our rabbitry's emphasis is on the rare and heritage breeds. Champagne d'Argents, a heritage French breed and Cinnamons, a rare American breed are raised as show and breeding stock as well as part of our own fryer program. We also have Rex rabbits, known for their velvet like coats. Hides are processed into some gorgeous pelts that are available seasonally. We compost all of our animal related refuse and have it available to local gardeners and have received rave reviews. Rabbit meat is the lowest in calories and fats, yet highest in protein and digestability. Rabbits have one of the smallest carbon footprints of the other meat producers. The meat of a domesticated production animal has some of the highest meat to bone ratio of any other available retail meat, and all of that meat is "white meat" that has no gamey flavor. We are happy to help others get quality startup stock to grow their own meat rabbits, and provide informational support. Pedigreed purebred rabbits are available much of the time.

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