I would like to introduce you to some of my past Working staff. They were  the ones

 that produce my beautiful fiber and babies.  

Each rabbit had its own special quality and personality. I enjoyed working with each one

because they were very grateful for the wages they received, a warm barn in the winter,

cool in the summer. They enjoy tons of premium feed along with handfuls of sweet

timothy,orchard and brome hay.  My greatest joy was bonus day where there was always a

stir  in the rabbitry  as the fresh veggies get handed out.

I am no longer breeding or selling rabbits and fiber. I am keeping the pictures posted
because they were so beautiful to look at. I only have a handful of rabbits left in my barn

these days.They are not pictured pictured below. These rabbits help keep me supplied for

my personal fiber habit. Thank you to all that have purchased rabbits, fiber, yarn and finished 

products these past years. 



  Windsor Farm's Begonia

 100% German Doe

Sire: Windsor Farm's Excalibur
Dam: Windsor Farm's Siren 2


D.L Woolee's Otto

100% German REW Buck

Sir: Raspberry Farm Bailey

Dam: Windsor's Begonia


Raspberry Farm's Bailey

100% German, REW Buck

Sire:  Raspberry Farm's Amphere " Amps"

Dam: Bungalow Farm's Lidia,   Black

Look how big this guy is


D.L Woolee's Gitta

100% German Doe

Sire: Raspberry Farm's Bailey 100% German

Dam: Windsor Farm's Begonia
  100% German


 D.Lee Woolee's Baroness 

100% German REW Doe

 Sire: D.L Woolee's Otto 100% German

Dam: Windsor Farm's Begonia 100% German

Horizon's Remington

 100% German,

Black  Steel Buck

Sire:  Horizons Luca ( Black)  100% German

Dam: Horizon's Maya ( REW)   100% German


D. L. Woolee's Tallulah

50% Giant, 43.75% German, 6.25% French

Black Doe

Sire:  Dustibunni's Davinchi 100% Giant

Dam: D.L Woolee's Lulu  87% German / 12% French


D.L Woolee's Prince Buttercup

50% Giant, 46.87% German, 3.12% French

Sire: D.L Woolee's Sherlock  German / Giant

Dam : D. L. Woolee's Tallulah


D.L Woolee's Fezzik

50% Giant, 46.87% German, 3.12% French

Sire: D.L Woolee's Sherlock  German / Giant

Dam : D. L. Woolee's Tallulah


D.Lee Woolee's Max

100% Giant, REW Buck

Sire: OLH Phill

    Dam: Oldhaus Flo


D.L Woolee's Zulu

50% Giant, 43.75% German, 6% French

Sire: Dustibunni's Davinchi 100% Giant

Dam: D.L Woolee's Lulu  87% German / 12% French


CLT's Rabbitry Ji J

 75% German 25% Giant, Black Doe

Sire: SWF Everst, 100% German

Dam: Dusty's Black Akira 50% Giant 50% German


 Prairie Moon's Lenard

75% German 25% French, Black Buck

Sire: SWF Vortex, 100% German

Dam: Prairie Moon's Bella, 50% French, 50% German



Angelic's Jackie

100% Giant, REW Doe

Sire: Angelic Klaus

Dam: Angilic Silda



D.L.Woolee's Pester

Black Buck

Sire: Prairie Moon's Lenard75% German, 25% French,

Dam: Windsor Farm's Begonia, 100% German


D.L Woolees' Sherlock
50% German  50% Giant

Sire: Raspberry Farm's Bailey 100% German

Dam: Crystal's Kristy


Over The Hill Phill

100%,  REW Giant Buck

Sire: DA Monty

Dam: DA Prunella 


Oldhaus Flo

100% Giant, REW Doe

Sire: Oldhaus Joey

Dam: Oldhaus DJ


Dustibunni's Davinchi

Giant Angora

Sire: Dust's Black Atcha

Dam: Precious Pup


D.L.Woolee's Knit 2

50% Giant, 37.5% German, 12.5% French, Seal Doe

Sire: Prairie Moon's Lenard 75% German, 25% French

Dam: D.L.Woolee's Muffy,  100%  Giant



Crystal's Kristy

Giant /German, REW Doe

Sire: Crystal's Aries

Dm: JG's Hestia


Langved Chocolate Pie

100% English , Chocolate Buck

Sire: Langved Marlin

Dam: 7 Pines Boudicca Ambrosi





 D.L Woolee's Bernadette

100% English, Cream  Doe

Sire: Langved Chocolate Pie

Dam: Langved Chocolate Truffle


D.L. Woolee's Mona Lisa

100% English,  REW Doe

Sire: D.L Woolee's Peter

Dam:  Hunter's Ridge Marshmellow


Kokopelli's Rupunzel

100% English, Chocolate Tort Doe

Sire: Kokopelli's Orlando

Dam: Kokopelli's Cricket



 D.L. Woolee's  Chip

100% English, Chocolate Tort Buck

Sire: Dustibunni's Jigsaw Puzzle

Dam: Kokopelli's Rupunzel

You got to love those dry static days


 D.L. Woolee's  Miss Muppet

100% English, Fawn Doe

Sire: Dustibunni's Jigsaw Puzzle

Dam: Kokopelli's Rupunzel


D.L Woolee's Rylee

100% English , Blue Tort Doe

Sire: Dustibunni's White Ninja

Dam: D.L Woolee's Bernadette


D.L Woolee's Smudge

100% French

Sire: Paige's Darn Kuties Boomer

Dam: Paige's Darn Kuties Pebbles


Paige's Darn Kuties  Pebbles

100% French, Blue Doe

Sire: 7-Pines Smokey

Dam: Paige's Darn Kuties - Betty


D.L Woolee's Chocolate Chip

Broken Chocolate Satin Angora Buck

Sire: Daisey Hill's Hillbilly

Dam: D.L Woolee's Godiva (Non Satinized)


D. L Woolee's Godiva (Non Satinized)

Broken Satin, Non Satinized Chocolate doe

Sire: Paige's Darn Kuties Porsche

Dam: H H Ying Yang  ( non Satinized )


D. L Woolee's Fudge

Satin Angora Non Satinized Chocolate

Sire: Daisey Hill's Hillbilly

Dam: D.L Woolee's Godiva
(Non Satinized)


Paige's Darn Cuties Porsche

100% Satin, Buck - Lilic Tort

Sire: Paige's Darn Kuties -September

Dam: Paige's Darn Kuties -Verdilla



Senior Doe size 5 to 11 lbs
Senior Buck size 5-11 lbs

Recognized Colors: REW ( Ruby eyed white)and Black. The IAGARB is starting to except other colors

The German Angora rabbit is a rabbit that has been developed mainly for wool production.

Their body shape resembles a loaf of bread. They are bred this way because drastic rises and valleys are difficult to shear. These rabbits are sheared usually every 90 days and not plucked.

 The German Angora rabbits do not molt in large patched but slowly shed through out the growing period. They have a synchronized coat. That is where one coat is growing in at a time. That is why these rabbits need to be sheared and not plucked.

Their fiber is very dense and the fiber is much heavier then most other Angora breeds. Like the Giant Angora they also have three types of fiber, Under wool , Awn Fluff and Guard hair.

 A good quality German angora will produce on an average of 6-8 ounces of fiber each shearing. There are some award winning Germans that are now producing 12 -16 ounces a shearing.

A true German Angora is one that is a descendant of one of the few German imports brought over to Canada and the United States or direct import from Germany.


 Hybrid Angoras

Senior Does Size 5-12 lbs

Senior Bucks Size 5-12lbs

Recognized Colors: These rabbits are not recognized by the American Rabbit Breeders Association or the International Association of German Angora Rabbit Breeders so just about any color will do. 

A hybrid Angora is a rabbit that has been bred with one of the other breeds of Angoras. Many breeders will do this to develop a certain quality in a rabbit.
Some will cross the French Angora for its large variety of color. The English for the softness, and the Satin for the sheen.

I only like to cross the German and the Giant Angoras because they are similar in Coat. I do not want to cross a non -synchronized coat with a synchronized coat. That way it will help to eliminate the appearance of short cuts in my harvested fiber.

Now I do have a few rabbits that have French Angora in their back ground. These rabbits do produce very nice fiber but for the ones that inherited the non- synchronized coats I make sure that I grow their coats out to at least 3 1/2 to 4 inches long   so that the second coat growing in will ,when sheared off be longer then  2 1/2 inches. This will help to reduce any shedding once it is spun into yarn.

I enjoy the German/Giant hybrids because you can get the best of both worlds. I love the personalities of the gentle Giants and the density of the Germans. I also found that I can get a longer fiber from the Giant and lovely crimp from the Germans. You will get a variety in the body shape though. Some will have the loaf of bread shape and some will have the larger hindquarter with a slight  taper from the shoulders to the rump like the  Giants.

I do have to say these

guys are some of my



Shhhhhhhh  Don't tell the others




Senior Doe Size-

10lb and over

Senior Buck

9 1/2 lbs and over

Recognized colors: 1 ruby eyed white. but there are breeders working on black.

This breed is relatively new and was developed to be an all around breed, meaning good for exhibition , wool production and full bodied for meat. 

Along with the German Angoras the Giant also have three different types of fiber.

Under wool- The underwool is prodominant over the other two fibers. It has a medium fin, soft texture with a gentle shine and is delicately waved

Awn Fluff- This fiber is stronger and has more wave than the under wool and has the same flat tip to the hair shaft as the guard hair. Awn Fluff is found between the Underwool and Awn Hair ( Guard Hair) and is to be longer than the Underwool

Awn Hair- ( Guard Hair) The Awn hair is a strong straight hair that is to be present and event. It will also have a flat tip which will allow the ends to slip out and create a halo when spun.

The Giant Angora is usually sheared rather than plucked because they are a synchronized coat.

The original Giants developed by crossing with the German Angora , French lop , Flemish Giant

The Giant Angoras have a

gentle personality and at

times could be mistaken

for the Easter bunny.




Senior Does Size  5-7 1/2 lbs

Senior Bucks Size  5-7 lbs

Recognized Colors - 28

The English is one of the most popular breed because of its fluffy ears and face. They are smaller in size compared to the other Angora breeds and have a charming personality.

The body is  compact / cobby with a good uniform coat of wool giving the appearance  of a round ball of fluff.

The legs and feet and tail are all covered with wool to the extreme ends.

The wool is soft due to its fine diameter and should have a silky feeling to it.

The English Angora does have a lower percentage of guard hair then the other breeds. This will require more grooming and coat management.

When plucked the re-growth of guard hairs will become significantly heavier. When plucking the coat it will come off in small amounts at a time because on most rabbits their coats grow in sections over the body. They have a non- synchronized coat and produce at least two layer of fiber growth.

 I like to shear my English to maintain the softness of each coat.

 On an average you can get about 2-4 ounces a shearing.

I shear the English about every 4 - 5 months.

We are no longer

competitively showing our


Pheeeeew !!! It is nice to

not have to maintain that

show coat anymore.

 Grow it out, Cut it off

Spin it up



Senior Does Size

7 1/2-10-1/2

Senior Buck Size 

7 1/2- 10 1/2

Recognized colors- 30

The French Angora is a medium to large sized rabbit and is classified as a " Commercial" type body.

 Their fiber is one of the courses of all the Angoras with the most guard hairs to under wool ratio. One advantage is that it mats and felts less.

The French Angora are the easiest of all the angoras to maintain because they have normal fur on their face and feet. These are the areas that will mat and felt the most on the other breeds.

 They have a non- synchronized coat and is often plucked.  I will also shear these rabbits because I want to maintain the softness of the coat. 

Because of the higher percentage of guard hairs these coats will produce a yarn where more  of the tips of the fiber will slip out from the spinning and give its' halo a more fur like appearance. 

The colors on the French Angora will be generally more intense than on the English due to the greater amount of guard hairs and the coarser coat.

 On an average you can get about 3-4 ounces a shearing.

Now remember when we

are talking course you have

to keep in mind that this is

still  an Angora rabbit and

your micron count is

ranging in the 8-10 count .

Very Fine



Senior Doe Size

6 1/2 to 9lbs

Senior Bucks Size

61/2 to 9lbs

Recognized Colors: 31

The Satin Angora is a distinct and separate breed that is a sport or mutation of the normal furred Satin rabbit breed.

The head and  feet have short normal fur but display the satin sheen.

The Satin Angora has it's own unique wool that is finer than the wool of other Angora breeds. They are one of the rabbits higher to maintain due to their very fine coats. They can mat very easy.

 The surface and shape of the cuticle scales covering the Satin Angora coat fibers are more reflective than that of other varieties and the wool glistens with a fine luster  of bright color.

The Satin fiber is one of the finer of the Angora fibers but it is also the strongest.

The Satin Angora is one to be treasured because there are so few in the United States and they do not produce the volume of fiber that the other breeds can.

Just a little heads up on these guys. They have a stronger personality and are a little harder to handle.
Once you understand their temperament and the level of their kick, they are a delight and beauty to raise. 

Their fiber is exquisite and usually demands  a high price.

The average Satin will produce about 1-2 ounces a shearing.