BELGIAN HARE RABBIT BREED

Belgian Hare

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The Belgian Hare is a rabbit. They are very similar in looks to the hare, having a long, thin body, legs and ears. They are commonly red in color. Belgian Hares are a very racy and fine-boned breed of rabbit, with a deep rich red color that has black-waved ticking to the fur. The type and fur qualities are lost when crossed with other breeds. While not considered the hardiest of breeds, they are an active rabbit that typically requires wooden floored hutches heavily bedded with shavings and straw. Belgian Hares do not do well with extremely high humidity or heat. They are fair mothers and litters will average 4 to 8 kits. Youngsters are slow to mature. Mature bucks and does will weigh 6 to 9 lbs.

 


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