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Self's/Charlies: $30 np, $35 p
Marked: $40-$50 p depending on markings
$15 per 50lbs of feed
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If has blue eyes or is VM or both, and rare colored pet quality, (no breeding or showing)- $200-$375 plus $15 for pedigree
If has blue eyes or is VM or both, and rare colored, show/brood QUALITY (i let buyers know about the VM fault) P- $250-$400
No blue eyes/no VM pet quality (no breed/show)- $80 plus $15 for pedigree
If blue eyed and/or VM but not a rare color, show/brood quality (breed/show aloud) P- $190-250
No blue eyes/no VM show/brood quality P- $175-$235
I pay like $8-$12 bucks per bale of timothy hay and $27.75 for 50 # Organic High Protein pellets
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Central FL area;
Rex P - $25-35 (depending on color, blues and opals seem to sell best along with anything broken, no one seems to want anything in the "brown" range like castor)
Rex NP - $15 a head, regardless of color, you can't convince people in my area to pay more than that for just a pet or meal. Usually people wont even go for the $15, typically more like $5.
E Angora P - $75-100 based on gender, more for does than for bucks, only really see BEW go for more than $85, though.
Probably not a huge surprise I'm strongly considering moving away from Rex. As lovely as they are, local show people want the minis and will pay exactly the same price for minis as I can get for my standards... but I'm paying way more for feed and bigger cages. My area seems to be a strong pet and show market, but garbage for "meat" or "pelt" breeds (you get the same price for meat mutts). When I had new Zealands, I tried showing and kept competing against myself pretty much. It was sad. I couldn't get more than $20 for proven breeders, I wound up eating my entire herd in the end.
Mana Pro 50# - Closest feed store $15.95, If I can get out to Rural King (30 min drive out) $13.99. If I want Timothy hay, it's $19.99 everywhere so I usually get coastal for $6.99 even if I'm allergic to it.
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All stock is pedigreed or I don’t breed it. I don’t sell pets and my rabbits are not suitable for meat production. I raise Himalayans and have started side projects with Polish and Checkered Giants. My base price for everything is $50, and is for young juniors with no breeding or show record. Tack on $20 when they turn senior, and $10 for every merit. Youth breeders get between 10 and 20 dollars off.
Sometimes I do sell stock for less, but if I am, I’m usually trying to get rid of it.
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Breed: Price (NP=not pedigreed OR P=pedigreed)
New Zealand NP $30 Meat mutt $20 NP
What are the majority of your Sales in order from greatest to smallest:
I have not sold any and probably will not in the future. I only have a breeding pair at this point, on their first breeding.
That being said. People want meat rabbits here and pay up to $5/lb for processed rabbit.
Price per 50# of feed:
$average is $16 for Elenbaas which is all that my local feedstore carries.
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