The Farm at Fort Mill: Holland Lops

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Holland Lop rabbit raised by The Farm at Fort Mill: Holland Lops in South Carolina.

The Farm at Fort Mill includes a combo rabbitry!

On the one hand, they raise a rainbow of lovely and colorful Holland Lop rabbits, including Vienna marked and harlequins. 

On the other hand, they also provide a rabbit rescue service which gives a new lease on life to various rabbits that have fallen on hard times.

The Farm at Fort Mill also has an organic homemade Elderberry Syrup which is delicious and boosts your immune system. To find out more, click HERE,

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 The Farm at Fort Mill breeds and raises fully             pedigreed 
Holland Lops. They specialize in
 Vienna marked, Harlequin, Magpie, Blue-eyed     White, and white ear varieties, all in a plethora of     beautiful colors. Breeding choices include
 attention to temperament and conformation.

 All the Holland Lops come with pedigrees, so you   know they are from strong bloodlines. This helps to   ensure that the rabbit you take home will be a   cherished pet for years to come. 

They are members of
 ARBA, and follow guidelines
to ensure vitality and a high quality of life.

FYI: The Farm at Fort Mill also makes and sells Elderberry this link

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Purebred Pedigreed Holland Lops

FAFM Black Vienna Marked Holland LopYour bunny purchase includes a care package of transition food as well as care instructions.

Prices typically range from $100 to $150. Rabbits are available for adoption at 8 weeks old, but you can put a deposit down to reserve the bunny of your choice. 

Purchase on the Website:

FAFM  Holland LopIf you have a specific bunny you’re interested in, email Kristin for more information and pictures. (Email address is below.)
FAFM  Holland Lop

Contact Info for The Farm at Fort Mill

The Farm is located in Fort Mill, SC, just 2 miles south of Charlotte, NC.

Purebred Pedigreed Holland Lops

Email, text, phone, or message about availability:

Email Kristin at: kristinsteimeryoung @ gmail. com

Phone: 1 + 610 - 844 - 8072



The Facebook page will have updated pictures of bunnies, as well as additional great information and videos of bunny love, like this one: baby bunnies

Need Delivery Service?

FAFM red Vienna Marked Holland Lop

We are connected to several rabbit delivery services. Delivery includes pick up and drop off depending on your needs. Fees are reasonable. Check our Facebook page (linked above) for dates and times of scheduled runs.

Holland Lop bunny from The Farm at Fort Mill in South Carolina.
Holland Lop bunny from The Farm at Fort Mill in South Carolina.

Bonus: Organic Elderberry Syrup with Raw Honey!

Prepare your own immune system for flu season with Elderberry Syrup! Elderberry syrup also treats your cold and flu symptoms, with natural, organic Elderberry Syrup, made to order.

Elderberries are a well known natural and nutraceutical remedy known to fight cold and flu symptoms, alleviate allergies, support heart health, and fight inflammation and infections. Elderberries are high in Vitamin C, fiber, antioxidants and phenolic acids. 

It is like a warm blackberry harvest pie. The flavor is rich and deep. It is sweetened with raw honey, but a little spicy from the collection of spices we steep for maximum benefit. All the goodness with none of the junk!!! Star anise, ginger, clove, cinnamon and orange peel - they all work with the elderberry for maximum impact.

Organic Elderberry Syrup from The Farm at Fort Mill 

Ingredients Include: Water, organic dried elderberries, raw honey, cinnamon, ginger, clove, orange peel, and star anise. All the fresh goodness with none of the processed fillers.

Purchase in 8 ounce and 16 ounce sizes.

Order here: that pour caps are sold separately.


Published 10/11/2021


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