I do! Not not registered but I do keep a pedigree. Not showing yet, but I do try to breed to ARBA standard. I am specializing in blues, I know they are exhibition only, but I love them. As far as I know I am the only person for at least 500 miles with SF. I am also hunting around and wanting to get started with show quality lavender beveren. THAT is like looking for a needle in a haystack! But I think it would look cool to have them tractored side by side!
We breed purebred silver foxes. We are ARBA and National Silver Fox Rabbit Club members. Our rabbits are pedigreed, but not registered as of yet. We’re located in North Central Tennessee, and although we’ve only been doing this a few months, love the breed. Great natural mothers, easy to deal with, and super friendly. Our only negative is they’re densely furred, which means they do not tolerate summer heat well. We’ve had to make extensive accommodations to ensure they do not overheat (ie. ice bottles, fans, portable AC units, moving the entire set up into our HVAC supported garage during 90 degree temps.) in about a month we will move them back to our outbuilding, where they will remain until next June or so. This forum is a wealth of info, so feel free to ask me or anyone else about any questions you may have. If I don’t know I’m sure someone here does. Regarding feed, we feed good quality Timothy hay (Standlee premium from Tractor Supply - 50lb bale) and 16%protein pellets from our local farm supply. Supplement our breeders with mixed greens and homegrown herbs in small amounts.