Like many other herds, mine started in 2006 as a 4-H project when I was 9 years old. Growing up, my rabbits and goats were, and still are, a big part of my life. Over the years I have worked hard to produce structurally correct animals that consistently outproduce themselves in their offspring. I work to attend as many shows as possible throughout the year between college and keeping up on our chores at home. In 2015, I also obtained my American Dairy Goat Association apprentice judge's license and my American Rabbits Breeders Association rabbit registrar licence, and hope to go for my judges license in a few years.
It all began in 2006 when I purchased a five dollar guinea pig at the 2006 Bethlehem Fair. Soon after I joined the local rabbit and cavy 4-H club and soon fell in love with rabbits. Since then we have raise a few different breeds but my heart belongs to my Belgian Hares, English Lops and Velveteen Lops. I strive to breed healthy, friendly, highly competitive, registered animals that compete on a local, state and national level. We travel all over New England and New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Ohio with our show team. We attend the PaSRBA, OSRBA and ARBA National Convention annually where our animals have been extremely successful earning many best in show wins as well as a few National Convention titles.
In 2009 we added a Nubian dairy goat to the mix. I began showing at the 4-H level and added a beautiful Saanen native on appearance doe to our herd in 2011. Since them I have improved my herd one generation at a time and have started showing at multiple ADGA sanctioned shows a year and Nationals when possible. We also have been participating in Linear Appraisal since 2014 and will be enrolling for ADGA Plus in 2016 which includes DHIR and DNA testing. We have been extremely pleased with the improvements we have seen in our herd in such a short amount of time and have high hopes for the future!
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American Rabbit Breeders Association