Yesterday was our first real show back after a very long (multi-year) showing hiatus. Since 2017 we have shown exactly three times. In Show B at Wabash, Indiana we had Best in Show with Schoenegge's Pretty Girl - a black junior doe just a few days shy of being a senior that we bumped up to the senior class.


In Show A we had BOB with a black junior doe (Schoenegge's Hummingbird) and in both shows we had BOS with a black junior buck (Schoenegge's Gold Love).




We are having a lot of fun with our summer babies. Pictured here are Schoenegge's Pretty Girl, Schoenegge's Hummingbird and Schoenegge's Maren.


Pretty Girl can be seen in the first picture. She is about a month older than Maren and Hummingbird (littermates). You may notice in the pictures that their markings are not as crisp and clean -- especially in the chest. That is largely because they are transitioning out of their baby coats. The cleanliness of Tan markings is certainly genetic, but a coat that is unfinished will often look less crisp and more jagged than a slick coated, finished rabbit. For that reason, it is important to keep that in mind when evaluating your own herd.

Updated: Aug 11

We have had a boom in babies! At this time, we are keeping our core herd very small. That means we are making tough cuts with really lovely rabbits. As always, we only offer rabbits for sale that we love and wish we could keep in our own herd if space allowed. Shoot us a message at if you are interested in stock. At the present moment we have blacks and blues available. We anticipate having even more stock available in the upcoming months. All animals have pedigrees with rabbits fully produced by us at least for four generations, usually more.




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