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Havanas are small-medium sized rabbits with short, deep bodies and deep, rich color. Their lustrous fur gives them the nickname “the mink of the rabbit family.” They come in a few colors including black, blue, broken and chocolate, weigh between 5-6 lbs.
Havana rabbits originated in Holland, when a rich brown rabbit was born in the litter of a Dutch marked doe in the late 1800’s. The breed took its name from the chocolate color which resembled that of Cuban cigars from the city of Havana.
Most Havanas have a friendly temperament, but sometimes they can have a bit of an attitude. They are usually show rabbits, and are very popular as such, often winning top honors at local and national shows.
Havana Rabbits For Sale In The USA
|Jewel's Rabbitry||Gilroy||CA||(408) 612-2719|||
|Palm Beach Rabbitry||Royal Palm Beach||FL||(561) 346-0328|||
|Daybreak Rabbitry||Elkhart||IN||(574) 261-6857|||
|Creekstone Rabbitry||Great Bend||KS|||
|Riverside Rabbit Ranch||Port Allen||LA|||
|Fierst Rabbits||Mayport||PA||(814) 856-3138|||
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