NewZealands4Lyfe":3fpbfu31 said:And not-to-mention their meat may not be as desirable because their breed was not developed for meat production.
CanineWild":3l5omnjf said:GBov, I'm curious- I have it in mind to get a trio of silver foxes for meat rabbits, with pelts on the side when I want to grow them a little longer. I hadn't considered angoras in the near future, bit rather an eventuality, as I'm interested in fiber arts and that.
If I bred an angora to a pelt breed like a silver fox, would the effects be something like a silver fox looking pelt with plusher fur, or how does that work?
ladysown":1hj2kpwg said:I take in a fair number of rescue animals... every single Angora gets culled to the freezer. Every single one has arrived in REALLY horrible condition.
I always caution breeders of wooled breeds to be really cautious about where they are sending their rabbits. The condition some of them end up in is absolutely horrible.
The cat always enjoys them. I keep the legs for myself and I've always enjoyed them as well.