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Breed: Price (NP=not pedigreed OR P=pedigreed)
Holland Lop $30 - $40 NP or $40 - $50 P
What are the majority of your Sales in order from greatest to smallest:
Price per 50# of feed:
$18.50 for Purina Rabbit Chow Show (blue bag)
Breeding purebred Holland Lops in Northern Colorado
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my bunnies arn't of selling age but here's what I will sell them for
pet mini/holland lop $15(bucks) $20(does) for people who don't have much money
pet mini/holland lop $20(bucks) $25(does) regular price
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Breed: Meat Mutts - New Zealand / Flemish Giant / Californian / Beveren / Mini Rex bloodlines.
Dispatched whole rabbit - $3/lb live weight
Pet - $35+ depending on breed/color
Breeder - $50+ depending on line/quality
Breeding pair - $100
Breeding trio - $125
But I frequently give discounts and do trades/swaps/agreements with other breeders.
Majority of my Sales (from greatest to smallest):
Breeders, meat, pets.
Price per 40kg of pelleted feed: $18
Other foods:Oats $3/kg, BOSS $10/20kg, hay $5/bale, grass/weeds/fodder FREE!
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BREED: Commercial NZW's and Cal's
HERD SIZE: 42 production Does 7 production Bucks
RABBITRY POPULATION: Somewhere between 200-300 head. Haven't counted recently.
Processors (3) $1.60 to $2.00 per pound live weight.
Young brood stock up to 12 weeks. $10.00 to $15.00 per head.
Juniors up to 4.5 months. $25.00 a head.
Seniors: No sales. inferior stock goes to reptile buyer.
Reptile sales: $2.00 per pound live weight.
None are pedigreed, nor papered.
FEED PRICE: $27.20 per hundred. 27.2 cents per pound.
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Breed: New Zelands
$5 discount for 4-H youth
Haven't had any yet. My breeders are almost ready to breed. Most intrest is for 4-H.
Price per 50# of feed: $13.00
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Mini Lops = $35 - $60
Jersey Wooly = $45 and up
Lionheads = $35 - $50
Non pedigreed bunnies are usually less than $25
Price depends on individual show quality, color, pedigree, and show record.
Majority of sales, in order from greatest to smallest.
Discounts for 4-H/FFA, or people buying a trio.
Price per 50# of feed- $14.99 for Purina Rabbit Chow (Would be more except our feed store is awesome, and we buy in bulk)
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Pet $30 No Pedigree (if we were to ever have any which at this point I doubt we ever will)
Show/Brood start at $50+ Pedigree
4-H/FFA gets a discount to get more youth showing and into the breed
Price per 50# of feed- $14 plus tax
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Breed: New Zealand Whites one New Zealand Black and one New Zealand Red
Price: I have sold 2 bunnies at Easter for $25. I now have 6 does bunnies I will try to sale for $20.
What doesn't sell goes to freezer camp.
Feed: Purina Rabbit Chow 50# $16
KK Rabbitry I need your feed store lol.
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Breed:All NP AM Chin, Californian, American, Meat mutts
Meat mutts: $15
AM Chin: $30
AM chin or American cross: $20-$25
Current #: breeding does 8 does and 3 bucks, 36 babies of various ages- litter rotation of 2 litters every 3-4 weeks- so lots of babies.
Majority of sales: Mostly sell meat breeding stock. My pure AM Chins and American does are a few months from breeding, so no sales there yet. But I bought them for $30 each (hard to find heritage breeds locally). I have someone that will pay $10 each for a group for 5 lb fryers or they trade me their packaged sausage. Now also $1 per kit for snake food (still borns or runts). I sell rabbit meat $6 per lb processed (farmers market they sell at $10 per lb ground and sausage at $15 per lb).
Price per 50# of feed- $17- $18 for 16% and $19- 21 for 18%
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Pedigreed French Angoras - $50-$75 depending on coat quality, leaning more towards 75 since my most used brood doe is a monster and yields 6 oz each molt.
Pedigreed Standard Rex - Will be asking $35-$50 depending on coat density. These will mostly be meat bunnies and will only be a available for sale between 8-12 weeks. After 12 weeks they'll
Go to FC unless they are amazing in every way. First litter is now just 3 days old, so we'll see how we'll this plan holds!
(These prices are what I feel fair charging since it's what I paid and is what is standard in my area.)
Majority of sales:
Rabbitry is just really getting underway, so most rabbits leaving have been trades for new stock. Then in descending order; fiber enthusiests, meat breeding stock.
50# bag Manna Pro Grower Formula, 18% protein; $17.95
Small bale of grass hay; $12
Small bale of alfalfa hay; ~ $15
*Quality French Angoras*
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Mini rex np $30-40
Mini rex p $40 and up
Lionhead np $40-50
Lionhead p $50 ish
40lb bag of pellets $16
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All are NP:
Mini Rex: $35
Pet quality/tri color/harlequins: $20
Feeders $4 small/$5-6 medium/$7-10 large. $15+ extra large/jumbo rabbits. I sell these to private snake breeders.
Most of my sales are feeders. I hold back exceptionally cute rabbits/good looking ones to sell as pets on craigslist for $15-25 depending on season. Easter is $30 each.
50lb bag of pellets: $13
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All rabbits are pedigreed English Lops out of show quality, grand champion stock.
The general price range is between $75.00 - $100.00 per rabbit, altho I just sold 2 tri colors (very rare in this area) for $150.00 each. Prices will go up as the quality of my herd increases, and as I am able to register more breeders.
The majority of sales have been to people who want to begin showing, secondly to 4H, tho many have been simply for pets.
50# bag of pellets = 16.99. I go thru approx. 150 lbs every 2-3 weeks, and have a total of 25 rabbits right now.
Quality English Lops
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