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The Giant Angora is the largest of the Angora breeds accepted by ARBA, created to be an efficient wool-producing rabbit sustained with 16-18% alfalfa based rabbit feed and hay.
Its coat contains three types of wool: soft under wool, awn fluff, and awn hair; the awn type wool exists only on the Giant and German Angora. This breed should have furnishings on the face and ears.
The Giant Angoras weigh 12 lbs or more and are the only 6-class animal in the Angora breeds. It has a commercial-type body with a very dense coat of wool. Their head is oval and appears broad across the forehead and slightly narrower at the muzzle.
The Giant Angora is also the only breed of angora that is only shown as a ruby-eyed white.
Giant Angora Rabbits For Sale In Illinois
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