Flemish giant


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Flemish giant

largest of the rabbit breeds; it can weigh as much as 15 lb. Gray is the most common of many colors; the body is broad, long and heavy-boned.
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I was interested in Flemish Giants because my husband had raised them in New Jersey, and I've always liked the larger breeds of rabbits, but I found it difficult to find breeders.
Zaloudek regularly culls from his Mini Rex, Belgian Hare and Flemish Giant herds, too.
For weight at weaning and average daily weight gain, the New Zealand White and Flemish Giant rabbits and their crosses were best.
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Mrs Eveleigh, 31, who is married to Mark, 33, a mechanic, and has a son Jack, seven, is convinced by descriptions of the animal that it is a Flemish Giant ( a domestic rabbit ( which has escaped.
Americans were introduced in 1971 and have a very old fashioned mandolin shaped body, which means they are flat in the shoulders, like a Flemish giant.
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He lives up to the name of his breed, Flemish Giant, by tipping the scales at almost 18lbs.
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