*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.
Fiery-throated Hummingbird - There are about 338 different species of hummingbirds. There are few other birds that rival the spectacular iridescence of the Fiery-throated Hummingbird. Found only in the cloud forest of Costa Rica and western Panama.
*THREATENED* The American rabbit is a multi-purpose animal developed for meat and fur. The American rabbit is unique and restricted to North America. The American has since become the rarest of rabbit breeds in America. They are a hardy breed, docile in nature, produce large litters and are typically good mothers. Fryers make marketable weight fairly quickly and are easily kept on wire bottom hutches. The blue variety is the deepest blue color of any of the recognized breeds in America.
The Giant Chinchilla was developed for fur and meat, and is called "the million dollar rabbit." What makes a good Giant Chinchilla? Here's some illustrations. Come see them live in Wichita Kansas, October 2012 at the ARBA National Convention!