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German Angoras are English Angoras that have been selectively bred in Germany over the last 80 years with a focus on quality and quantity of wool. In 1920, angoras typically produced 200 grams of wool a year and by 1963, German Angoras were surpassing 1000 gm/year. In 1999, the 2000 gm/yr mark had been passed, again by German Angoras.
The German Angora has a calm, relaxed, and placid personality. These traits have been selectively bred for centuries in order to groom the rabbit properly. The coat is very dense and requires regular maintenance: twice a week if the coat texture is correct, and daily if it is cottony or easily matted.
The majority of German Angora are ruby-eyed white or albino, weighing between 4.4 – 12 lbs.
German Angora Rabbits For Sale In Alabama
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