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POPPYFIELD STUD

NETHERLAND DWARF RABBITS

rare colours bred by Jacki Clark

 

I live in Glasgow and have bred netherland dwarfs

since 1996.  I've shown my rabbits from time to time

but have always preferred to spend time in the shed

looking after and observing the stock.  My dwarfs are

line bred to produce sealpoints, beige and fawn, using the 

non-extension colour gene needed to create these colours.  

 

Sealpoint colour needs a recessive gene, usually c (rew) to

give the correct show colouring.  I'm selectively breeding to

replace rew with himalayan (ch) which will improve the

colouring on the body, points and tail underside in the sealpoints.

 

I'm also creating orange and fawn mantle pattern netherland  

dwarfs, now starting to work with the F4 generation.

updated 11 April 2014

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