Since starting this Rabbit journey, we’ve personally had experience with the “expensive” and the “cheap.” We’ve seen Rabbits (here in Washington) go from, $15 (lowest we saw with a pedigree) to $175 and heard of some around $700 for their show quality. With that in mind, we had to narrow down what we would do with ours. In our Rabbitry, we are focused on breeding quality Standard Rex Rabbits that can be, and are raised for meat. Meat will be the main purpose we have them for; that and they make great garden fertilizer! We’ve discussed it, and we have set a price for our Rabbits that we feel comfortable with at this time, and hope others will be too.
As mentioned above, we are focused on raising meat for our family, first. Therefore, we won’t be selling too many litters. The plan is to be selling around 6-12 Rabbits a year (or about 1-2 litters), to primarily pay for their feed costs. This set amount, of course, will depend, and vary, on how well our does do and how big the litters are. Below is a little FAQ and the pricing we have set for the future litters/rabbits we won’t be keeping, to hopefully make it easier when your family is thinking of taking one of our Rabbits home to your own homestead!
Pricing: Updated January 2022
- Pedigreed Rabbits: $50
- Non-Pedigreed Rabbits: $45
- Meat Breeder Trios: $120
2 does, and a buck (Pedigrees are included, but also optional)
Deposits, Returns, and Pick Up Day:
If you have chosen a specific Rabbit that you want placed on hold for a later pick up date, we can do that! But we ask a deposit be placed of 50%— half the total purchase price— to hold the Rabbit and secure your spot for it. The deposit is not needed for the wait list; only when you have chosen your Rabbit and need to have it put on hold.
- *Deposits are Refundable* We understand that buying an animal can be a big commitment. So, if something comes up and you can no longer take the one you have on hold, we can refund the deposit for you!
- Online Deposit Transfer Options:
Zelle, Venmo, PayPal, and Facebook Pay.
Rabbit Pick Up Day:
- Pick ups will be done at public locations only for the safety of our home, family, and animals.
- Location options and scheduling can be discussed with me via private messages through our Facebook Rabbitry page!
- What you will need and what the Rabbit comes with: Each Rabbit always comes with a small bag of transition feed (pellets) to help them adapt a little easier. The one thing we do ask of you, is that you bring a carrier (box, cage, kennel, etc) to hold the Rabbit during your car ride home as we don’t recommend holding it by hand during it’s first car ride, in a new environment; potentially causing stress on the animal.
We do not accept returns. We make sure that we only sell the healthiest, best looking Rabbits from our litters.
Which is why we encourage you to research before you buy! Rabbits can take time to get settled in; new place, new food, new friends maybe, new water even! Rabbits can be sensitive to environment changes, so we encourage you to give them time and make it as less stressful as possible if it seems the Rabbit is not yet settled in. If you have any questions after bringing your Rabbit home, we are always here to offer our help and any informative resources we know of!
When it comes to the care of our Rabbits and selling; We will only ever provide healthy, well taken care of Rabbits, as this is how we treat all of our animals. We will never sell a hurt, unhealthy, or even aggressive/unsocialized Rabbit to you. We strive to keep our communication clear, honest, and straightforward– especially when it comes to getting one of our animals a new home. We unfortunately know what its like to be on the buying end of that stick (no honest communication), and it’s not fun for anyone! We keep all our animals as healthy, and safe from predators as much as we can. However, we also understand that even though it’s a rare occurrence with well taken care of animals, sometimes things happen and animals can get taken by a predator, or even develop a health issue regardless.
- Pedigreed Rabbits come tattooed with their pedigree ear number (on left ear) that is listed on the pedigree paper. Please note they come with a paper copy, but I can also email a copy of their pedigree as well.
- If the pedigree is ever lost, contact me with your name, and the Rabbit’s ear number and I should be able to get you a copy no problem!
- The Rabbit’s pedigree paperwork information and their tattoos, cannot be changed after leaving our care.
Updates on litters and what Rabbits are available, will be posted to our Facebook Rabbitry page: Linked here!
Any further questions on buying a Rabbit from our Rabbitry, please contact me through our Facebook Rabbitry page!