*WATCH* The Beveren was recognized in 1898 and was named after the town of its origin in the Waas region of western Belgium. Today’s Beveren is recognized in three color varieties: solid blue, solid black, and a blue-eyed white. They are certainly a multi-purpose rabbit used for meat and fur. Litters are large, the young grow fairly fast, and the does are typically docile and make good mothers. The Beveren is a hardy breed that is easily reared in all wire hutches.
Blue Rex Rabbit-- dual purpose, beautiful fur & meat....... I would love to raise all 3 of these colors! Be sure to get Pure bread Heritage rabbits...ie: Silver Fox or Standard Rex or BOTH as first rabbits!!! Great Choices for meat, fur, feed conversion, medium size.
Castor Rex Rabbit - 'DD' •Chestnut agoutis, also called black agoutis (such as castor in Rex) become blue agoutis, sometimes called opals. Pictured is a chestnut agouti rabbit, called 'castor' in the Rex breed. Chestnut agoutis carry full density, or 'D_'