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French Angora rabbits are one of the larger breeds of angora rabbits. They differ from the other breeds in size, and placement of their wool, as well as in their lower-maintenance coats.
They weigh between 7-1/2 and 10-1/2 pounds. French Angoras have two coats of hair: a coarse guard hair, which extends past the undercoat, and a thick, crimped wool coat that may grow as long as six inches.
The French Angora rabbit was originally bred for two purposes: wool and meat. They have oval-shaped, commercial bodies that provide plenty of meat, plus the wool for fiber. French Angoras come in all colors and may show small tufts on the tips of the ears
French Angora Rabbits For Sale In Arkansas
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