Commercial Rabbit





Term of commercial rabbit refers to rabbits that domesticated for commercial purposes, mainly as an alternative source of meat, good quality fur and producing wool. Also famous as animal testing rabbits used in laboratory to produce vaccines, researches and study of diseases.

Meat rabbits:
The ones that have efficient metabolisms and grow quickly in shorter time, such as Giant Chinchilla, Carolina and Simonoire.

Fur rabbits:
Satin and Rex.

Wool rabbits:
Variety of Angora such as English Angora and French Angora.

Meat & fur rabbits:
New Zealand White, Californian, Flemish Giant, Champagne de Argent, Lop and English Spot.



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