Satin rabbit

Satin rabbit

small fur rabbit with a satin-like texture and sheen to the coat. The numerous varieties differ only in color.
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
ABOVE RIGHT: Esgob Euros, reserve supreme champion Llyr Jones, 12, of Ty Newydd, Nebo, Llanrwst, was overall champion young handler Andrew Day, Bodorgan, Anglesey, with his Ivory Satin rabbit Young Handler Rhys Lloyd with section winning Pedigree Welsh shearling ram Norman Green, stockman for John Blackburn, Plas Nanty, Glyn Ceiriog, with the Welsh Black champion, Seisiog Max 67
Derek Harrison of Carmel with his winning sow All Anglesey Show pictures: JEFF PITT' Jim Hollingsworth from Pandy Farm, Afonwen, with the supreme champion commercial heifer' Showjumper Tim Stockdale in action' Melfyn and Huw Williams of Anglesey with the supreme group of Cheviots' Brian Roberts from Abergele with his ivory satin rabbit who won best in show for the eighth time
These changes in the hair of the Satin rabbit result in a finer, softer coat with extraordinary sheen--hence the name, Satin.
My family and I raise Satin rabbits and have found that when they molt there is a lot of hair that could be collected and we have decided to find out how to do so.
I raise satin rabbits for show, breeding stock and meat.
Not a great place for homesteading, but I still had a garden and kept a show herd of Satin rabbits.