Elko, NV RabbiTree Point of Contact: Kathryn Email: kgb @ frontiernet . net Breeds: Standard Satin rabbits for pet and show. More Detail: We specialize in hard to find colors such as copper and chinchilla, although nice blacks and whites are sometimes available. Transportation happily provided to most shows in southern Idaho and northern Utah, as well as West Coast Classic every spring. Promising juniors are often available, and occasionally proven bucks and does.
Pahrump, NV Katherine's Rabbits Breeds: Holland Lops, New Zealands in black or white, Rex in assorted colors including harlequin and Tris, Californian. Flemish Giant crosses. Email: awakendragonlady @ yahoo . com Phone: (661) 713 - 0290 9/27/2021 (Updated 4/29/2022)
Reno, NV Dragon Dwarfs Point of Contact: Tracy Email: kitty97006 @ yahoo. com Breed/Color/Age/Size: Netherland Dwarfs, American Fuzzy Lops More Detail:ARBA and ANDRC member 16Jun2023
Reno, NV Rosebush Rabbitry Breeds: English Angora and French Angora More detail: I breed English and French Angora rabbits mostly for fiber arts. I’m willing to work with the many transport services available on Facebook. My rabbits will also be available at the two ARBA shows each year. Email: kristi.pearson @ ymail . com
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