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Californian rabbits are a medium-sized rabbit breed that was developed for meat and fur production. The breed was developed by crossing Himalayan, Standard Chinchilla and New Zealand white rabbits.
The Standard of Perfection states that the ideal weight for a Senior Buck is 9 pounds and a Senior Doe is 9.5 pounds with adults usually weighing in between 8 to 10.5 pounds The does usually produce large litters, which have a fast growth rate to fryer size (4-5lbs) in 8-12 weeks and they are also usually good mothers. When fostering of kits is needed we try to foster to a Californian as they are more likely to accept additional kits.
Our experience is that these rabbits are easily excitable and are sometimes very moody but have very good personalities and most love to be petted and given attention.
The average life span of a breeding Californian rabbit is 5 to 6 years.
To learn more about Californian rabbits, find breeders or learn about rabbit shows, visit http://californianrabbitspecialtyclub.com/
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