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Both of us are natives of Webberville Michigan, and when Tom finishes his program at WyoTech I'll be transferring to Michigan State and we'll be settling back on my family's farm. We raised some beautiful Harlequins in both varieties and some very generous Harlie breeders have been preserving our bloodline for when we come back. Also when we get back I'd like to get some Satin Angoras, Satins, or Mini Satins.
Besides rabbits I've raised/shown beef and dairy cattle, horses, sheep, goats, and poultry. When we get back, besides raising rabbits, we would love to get Scottish Blackface, Black Welsh Mountain, and Tunis sheep, and Tom wants Shire horses.
Any questions or comments, hit me up! I also do logos for local and breed clubs, if anyone is interested. Thanks
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"In Cattle Cait country, you not feed rabbit, but rabbit feed you."
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You will find some GREAT people and great information sharing on this forum.
I have been working with Satins since 1989.
I work with mostly the Otter varieties.
Too bad you will be so far away from me even when you move to Michigan.
I am located in upstate New York.
It is nice to hear what others are doing and what breeds they are working with.
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Thank you Dennis.
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It sounds like you're doing a LOT in life right now and setting up for a bright future
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