How We Price Our Rabbit's & Color help for your Himi's and Brokens'
Now let's do the broken ones:
Nicki and her mom, Maggie
have the perfect broken markings!
Nicki's Butterfly/Nose Spot and the black rings around her eyes are perfect.
Maggie's markings are not nearly as nice as Nicki's are.
I would sell her for $25-30
I sell my bunnies for more after they have there 1st litter and how their markings look. I also think their personality is important too.
The Dwarf Hotot's
What you should be looking for in a showable Dwarf Hotot bunny -this works for any age-.
Look at the eye bands and the fur through out the body.
What I look for in a show able dwarf hotot is a nice smooth white coat all over the body.
The eye bands,
You would be looking for a perfect black band around the eye sometimes they have brown and even blue colored bands (I heard that the blue is very rare).
Their eyes are a dark brown color.
They look black but if you look closely you can see they're brown.
Sometimes you may see a rabbit with blue eyes, as beautiful as that is, a rabbit with blue eyes isn't showable.
Only the ones with the solid-white body, black and chocolate eye bands are showable. The sport ones (broken colored) are not.
Also shows will check your rabbits eyes, if they have any blue spots they are not show able. I wish I had a picture to show you what I am talking about but I don't (I do have 2 bucks that have some blue spots in the corner of their eyes) The spots in their eyes don't hurt the rabbits vision, they are just not show able with those spots.
Chocolate/Brown colored eye band
Black colored eye band
Sport colored and Dutch marked
I learned this really interesting fact about Sport colored ones. Your Dwarf Hotot babies will start to lose the colored ring around there eyes if you don't to breed the Sport color back into your hotots ever few litters.
If you need any help on pricing your bunnies or what color/breed they are
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