Mini Rex Breed Info The ARBA Standards of Perfection recognizes the following varieites for the Mini Rex breed: Black, Blue, Blue-Eyed White (BEW), Broken, Castor, Chinchilla, Chocolate, Himalayan, Lilac, Lynx, Opal, Otter, Red, Sable Point, Seal, Tortoise, Red-Eyed White, and now Silver Martin as well For example, in Mini Rex, a flat coat is a fault, but Mini Rex fur over 7/8 inch long is a disqualification. Mini Rex should also be disqualified for coats under 1/2 inches. Sometimes the standard also includes additional notes on handling and evaluating that particular breed. Color and black/white photos of every breed After a slow start and a name change, the Mini Lop (presented by Herb Dyck), became an official ARBA breed in 1980. Easily recognized by the softball-sized head and engaging lopped ears, the Mini Lop only gains in popularity each year. - Maximum weight 6.5 lbs ARBA Standard of Perfection - Mini Rex. Posted on 15 March 2017 19 March 2017 by Nastasjja Rabbitry. Minirex. Bagikan ini: Twitter; Facebook; Like this: ARBA Standard of Perfection - Rex. ARBA Standard of Perfection - Holland Lop. Leave a Reply Cancel reply ( / ) ( / ) ( /. First shown publicly at the Paris International Rabbit Show in 1924, the Rex breed was recognized internationally as a breed to watch. Imported to the US in 1924 by John Fehr and Alfred Zimmerman. The popularity of the Rex is largely due to the mutation that produce
Published every five years, the Standard of Perfection is the ultimate resource for the breeder/exhibitor and is a Must Have for ARBA Judges and Registrars. The 2021-2025 ARBA Standard of Perfection includes the ARBAs 50th breed, the Dwarf Papillon, as well as variety updates through 2020 REX STANDARD as stated in the ARBA Standard of Perfection Senior Bucks- 6 months of age and over, weight 7 1/2 to 9 1/2 pounds. Ideal weight 8 pounds. Senior Does- 6 months of age and over, weight 8 to 10 1/2 pounds. Ideal weight 9 pounds. Junior Bucks- Under 6 months of age, not over 8 1/2 pounds. Minimum weight 4 pounds Our Mini Rex Buck; Our Mini Rex Doe; Breeding Cages; Growth Cages; FAQ; Contact Us; Category: ARBA Standard of Perfection Proper Possing and Evaluation. 18 March 2017 Leave a comment ARBA Standard of Perfection - Mini Satin. ARBA Standard of Perfection - Satin. 15 March 2017 Satin I run Cypress Farms, we are a Mini Rex rabbitry situated in southeast Louisiana where we breed Mini Rex that adhere to the American Rabbit Breeders Association Standard of Perfection. Type is always more important than color but we mainly work with Blacks, Blues, Brokens, Chocolates, and Whites Best of Variety and Best Opp of Variety are still selected and legs issued for the wins according to current ARBA rules. Repeat Process for Blue, Blue Eyed White, Chocolate, Lilac and White. At the conclusion of judging each of the above varieties, a Best of Group will be selected from the Best of Variety animals and a Best Opp of Group will be.
ARBA STANDARDS OF PERFECTION The ARBA Standards of Perfection recognizes the following varieties for the Mini Rex breed: black, blue, blue-eyed white, broken, castor, chinchilla, chocolate, Himalayan, lilac, lynx, opal, otter, red, sable point, seal, silver marten, tortoise, red-eyed white Our Mini Rex Buck; Our Mini Rex Doe ARBA Standard of Perfection - New Zealand. Posted on 15 March 2017 19 March 2017 by Nastasjja Rabbitry. New Zealand. Bagikan ini: Twitter; Facebook; Like this: Like Loading... Posted in ARBA Standard of Perfection Post navigation ARBA Standard of Perfection - Californian
The ARBA Standards Committee is one of the vital cogs in our organization. It is comprised of a Chair and eight members. In its official capacity, aside from studying and interpreting the Standard of Perfection, one of the most important charges assigned to the committee is to: .consider any proposed Standard for a new breed or variety, other than an A.O.C. variety, upon its proper. Black-- coloration to be a dark, rich, lustrous black, running deeply towards the skin, blending into a dark blue undercolor.Toenails are to be dark on solids. Eyes are dark brown. (quoted from the Mini Rex standard - ARBA Standard of perfection) Faults -- faded, rusty, or sunburned color; scattered white hairs; color that is uneven over entire bod The Sable Mini Rex, Siamese Sable Lionhead, and Tan Abyssinian Cavy passed their 3rd and final presentation at the 2017 ARBA Convention in Indianapolis, IN. The ARBA office has prepared official standard inserts formatted to fit the pages of the 2016-2020 ARBA Standard of Perfection for the new varieties MINI REX BREED STANDARD. Ring Size B . Points system is the same as above for the Standard Rex. The Mini Rex rabbit is intended to be a Standard Rex in every way possible except in size. It should be judged to the general standard of the Rex in all its various colours with the exception of size, which shall be approximately half that of the. Below are the National Breed Specialty Clubs currently chartered with ARBA.. Each of the current 50 recognized breeds of rabbits is represented by a National Specialty Club. English and French Lop breeds are both represented by the Lop Rabbit Club of America; English, French, Giant, and Satin Angoras fall under the auspices of the National Angora Rabbit Breeders; Satin and Mini Satin breeds.
The ARBA Mini Rex Standard For competitions, a Mini Rex should have a well-rounded back, with well-developed and filled shoulders, midsection and hindquarters. Their head should be well-filled and set on a short neck, with thick ears not longer than 3.5 inches. They should have medium-fine bone and rather short legs A small dewlap is permissible in does. (Excerpt from the ARBA Standard of Perfection). Senior Bucks - 6 months of age and over, weight 3 pounds to 4 1/2 pounds Senior Does- 6 months of age and over, weight 3 1/4 to 4 1/2 pound According to the ARBA Standard of Perfection, the Rex Rabbit is a well-proportioned animal, with medium body length, well-rounded hips and a loin, ribs, and shoulders that complement them. These rabbits are real lookers (quoted from the Mini Rex standard - ARBA Standard of perfection) Faults - brown or rusty tinge on body color; orange to creamy orange hairs in areas other than the patterned areas, mealiness on the ears, head, or muzzle; faded or indistinct markings; scattered white hairs over the body
The surface color is to extend as far down the shaft as possible to a slightly lighter undercolor. Toenails are to be dark.Eyes are brown. (quoted from the Mini Rex standard - ARBA Standard of perfection) Faults - rusty tinge; failure to show lighter surface color on the belly; scattered white hairs disqualification. Mini Rex should also be disqualified for coats under 1/2 inches. Sometimes the standard also includes additional notes on handling and evaluating that particular breed. Color and black/white photos of every breed. In addition to the breed-specific information, the ARBA Standard of Perfection includes lots of informatio Rocket Rabbitry is a small rabbitry close to Cedar Rapids, Ia. We focus on producing high quality rabbits that meet the standard of perfection as well as rare breeds. We are an ARBA registered rabbitry specializing in show quality Dwarf Hotots, Himalayans, Red Mini Rex, Blanc De Hotots, Rhinelanders, Czech Frosties and Beverens and now.
The Rex rabbit breed that is (along with nine other rex rabbit breeds) recognized by ARBA is a medium-sized rabbit with a commercial, round body and an ideal weight range of 7.5-10.5 pounds (3.4-4.8 kg). The Rex has a slightly broader head than other breeds of rabbit, proportionate upright ears, and proportionally smaller feet We are a small ARBA registered rabbitry in southern California specializing in Rex with uncommon coat colors. Our goal is to work towards the ARBA Standard of Perfection (SOP) while producing beautiful color. Main project: Tri-colored, Harlequin, and Tort , Mini Producing True Dwarf Show Rabbits Using Knowledge of Top Notch Rabbit Food - For Pets, Show Stock, and Judging Good Heads in Holland Lops: also Mini Click the ARBA STANDARD OF PERFECTION link for the Electronic version or to purchase the book. Requires a $20.00 fee. What makes a Lionhead showable? At maturity, a Lionhead rabbit should weigh no more than 3 pounds, 12 ounces, and its ears should not be longer than 3 1/2 Here you can browse photos and bios of many top quality show rabbits. Here you will find rabbits of many breeds (Holland Lop, Jersey Wooly, Polish, Mini Lop, Mini Rex, Netherland Dwarf and more) that have won high awards such as Best in Show, Reserve in Show, or Best of Variety or Breed at their National shows or ARBA convention
This leaves it wide open to personal interpretation. I feel that the mid section stops where the last rib touches the thigh/stifle joint, as it is the first portion of the legs that you touch when moving from the ribs to the Hind Quarter.The ARBA standard of Perfection calls for the high point to be at the top of the HIP, marked by a blue dot A vote of 72-24, next step is to get a set of variety standards to ARBA. In the 2011 National convention there where 441 Havanas shown in the open class. Which put it just outside the top 10(@ #11) with Rex being @ 483 and Polish @513
Black-- coloration to be a dark, rich, lustrous black, running deeply towards the skin, blending into a dark blue undercolor.Toenails are to be dark on solids. Eyes are dark brown. (quoted from the Mini Rex standard - ARBA Standard of perfection) Faults-- faded, rusty, or sunburned color; scattered white hairs; color that is uneven over entire body Raising Quality Pedigreed Mini Lop Rabbits Since 2010 by the ARBA Standard of Perfection (No LONGER RAISING REX or American fuzzy lop RABBITS) Located in yamhill, Oregon. Last updated: September 29th, 201 History. Bob Herschbach discovered the Mini Lop breed at a German National Rabbit Show in Essen, Germany in 1972, where it was known as a Klein Widder.These first Mini Lops were originated from the German Big Lop and the small Chinchilla.These two breeds came originally in Agouti and white colors.. German lops were about 8 pounds (3.6 kg), slender and large with thick ears
MINI REX—SILVER MARTEN—Black, Blue, Chocolate, and Lilac compete together The surface color of the head, outside of the ears, front of forefeet, outside of the hind feet, and the top and sides of the body are to be of the surface 2011-2015 ARBA Standard of Perfection.indd Created Date: 1/25/2012 11:03:44 AM. Based on the ARBA Standard of Perfection for ARBA Royalty, Registrar/Judge Test, 4-H Quiz Bowl, and Showmanship Practice Name _____ Age / Division _____ Score ____/ 50 points General Faults and Disqualifications Write F for fault and DQ for Disqualification. These apply to all breeds. Each Answer: 1 Point 1 In the United States today, rabbits are popular as members of the family and the smaller breeds reign. The Netherland Dwarf, Mini Rex, Mini Lop, Holland Lop, and Dutch were rabbit breeds with the most entries at the ARBA convention in 2012. These breeds range from the tiny 2.5-pound Netherland Dwarf to the 6.5-pound Mini Lop Breeding quality Mini Rex show rabbits. I breed Black and Blue in both Otter and Self, with a few select Chocolates and Lilacs. I breed for quality, not quantity and breed according to the ARBA Standard of Perfection. I started breeding in 2017. Mini Rex have always been my main breed We strive for the best quality of our animals, and to get them as close to the Standard of Perfection as possible. Johnson's Bunny Farm has been raising show quality Dwarf Hotot rabbits in central Minnesota for 10+ years
Welcome to the National Rex Rabbit Club or NRRC website. Here you will find information on the the King of Rabbits as this beautiful rabbit breed is known. The National Rex Rabbit Club is dedicated to the promotion, development, and improvement of the Rex Rabbit Breed The ARBA office has prepared official standard inserts formatted to fit the pages of the 2016-2020 ARBA Standard of Perfection for the new breed and new Mini Satin group and variety as well as corrections to the Holland Lop (page 146 - Broken Group; page 149 - Cream variety; Delete Fawn variety), Mini Rex (page 179 - REW variety description.
commercial judging guidelines in the ARBA Standard of Perfection book. It is encouraged that only breeds with a commercial body type and without wool are entered in Classes 1-4. Refer to the Standard of Perfection for guidelines on which breeds are eligible to compete in the commercial fur class. Rabbits entered in commercia The ARBA Convention. Smoke pearl Mini Rex passed third showing — will be eligible to compete as a fully recognized variety on February 1, 2013. ARBA Standard of Perfection 2012 Changes - New Varieties and More; ARBA Convention 2011 Results and Pictures - Indianapolis Tressa Johnson Owner, Social Media Operator My name is Tressa Johnson. I am the founder of Johnson's Bunny Farm. It all started in 5th grade when my homeroom teacher told me and my friends about 4-H and the Rabbit Project
At the same time Judy Ball, a Mini Rex breeder, was also trying to get the Lilac Mini Rex accepted by the ARBA Standards Committee. The Standards Committee liked her color Mini Rex Lilacs. An idea went into my head to introduce this color liked by the Standards Committee into the Lilac Himalayans The ARBA Standard of Perfection (SOP) contains not only a glossary of terms used in the rabbit world, it also provides the description for every recognized breed and variety (color) of both rabbits and cavies (guinea pigs). When you take the time to thoroughly read and understand the terminology and also the Standard for the breed you are. Other Possible Names: Tortoise(can be used for Mini Rex). Formally called Madagascar in the Satin breed-aa-B-C-D-ee(Basic Black Tort)-Black Tort is a Non Extension(ee) of Black General Description: A Black Tort should have a clean, rich, deep red/orange body with clean dark smokey gray to black shading on the nose, around the eyes, on the ears, feet and tail I strive to raise quality Holland Lops by following the ARBA standard of perfection. Chec.. Mini rex bunnies Marleneking80. These are full blooded mini rex rabbits they will be no more than 3 to 4lbs make great pe.. Mini Rex, South Carolina » Belton. $40. Lionhead Bunny joeliemorgan11. Jocky is a super sweet, fluffy girl who loves to play. 3. Over weight or underweight per ARBA standard. 4. Unacceptable colors, eye colors. Miss colored toenails, excessive white hairs in colored rabbits. Color spots where white should be, or white where colored should be. Smut. Wrong undercolors. If you try to alter the appearence by dying or plucking may result in your whole entry being.
The 2021-2025 ARBA Standard of Perfection is here! The artistic process to create the perfect rabbit and cavy is perfectly captured in the original artwork by Amanda Olson of Ugly Rabbit Apparel. The 2021-2025 ARBA Standard of Perfection includes the ARBAs 50th breed, the Dwarf Papillon as well as variety updates through the 2020 Standards. In the United States, this is called the American Rabbit Breeders Association (ARBA) Standard of Perfection. This book describes every recognized breed and what it should look like. Having the standards for every recognized breed will allow you to figure out what breeds you like best and what they should look like We often have another side project as well, and currently we have Mini Rex (chocolate and lilac varieties). We have been rabbit owners for years and became interested in showing and breeding rabbits in 2011, when our kids joined 4H. We focus on breeding to meet the American Rabbit Breeders Association's (ARBA) Standard of Perfection Mini Rex is one of our 2 mini Rex here we have as the start of a chin mini Rex program. Mini Rex has a litter of her own that is 2 weeks old. Knowing her as the fantastic mother she is, I popped Slays kits into her box and immediately she hopped in and fed them
4Js features show quality Mini Rex. We offer rabbits suited for 4H & ARBA shows. We have won multiple ARBA Best of Breeds & Best in Shows since our creation in Fall '14 The body type descriptions and list of breeds included is found in your Standard of Perfection. It is important to be familiar with body type categories if you are competing in 4-H Showmanship or ARBA Royalty. The following quiz will be useful for ARBA Royalty, 4-H Showmanship, 4-H rabbit quiz bowl, and ARBA registrar's license applicants
Casper is a lovely little buck with eyebands that judges love! It is a hard decision to let him go, however, we have quite a selection of Jr. Bucks to choose from so it is time for him to move on The e was dropped in the American Rabbit Breeder's Association (ARBA) Standard of Perfection between 1955-1959 and most breeders simply abbreviate the breed's name to Champagne. The Champagne d'Argent's silver coat doesn't come in until it is 6-8 months old
There is a book called The Standard of Perfection that has the standard of each ARBA recognized breed of rabbit and cavy. Judges often use The Standard of Perfection during shows. The book also includes black and white images of a rabbit for each different breed that meets the standards Mini Rex have fur that feels similar to velvet and their average weight is from 3.5-4.5 lbs. A very friendly breed in general. We love visitors, and can guarantee that we will be here if a date is set up with us. 'Contact Us' will have more info on setting up a date
To develop and create greater interest and demand for the Mini Rex rabbit for exhibition and as pets. Section 4. To work in close cooperation with the American Rabbit Breeders Association, Inc. in maintaining and improving the Mini Rex Standard of Perfection. Section 5. To maintain a sweepstakes system to promote the exhibition of Mini Rex rabbits We are Abby and Abbi. We focus on broken and solid Mini Lop, amber and lynx Mini Rex, champagne and tan Netherland Dwarf, and Champagne D'Argent. We're a medium sized rabbitry with around sixty holes. We do not breed for money or profit; we breed for quality to meet the ARBA standard of perfection Below are listed the National Breed Specialty Clubs currently chartered with the ARBA.. Each of the current 49 recognized breeds of rabbits is represented by a National Specialty Club. English and French Lop breeds are both represented by the Lop Rabbit Club of America; English, French, Giant, and Satin Angoras fall under the auspices of the National Angora Rabbit Breeders; Satin and Mini.
We breed Mini Rex and Havana rabbits. We specialize in Black, Broken, Chocolate, Red & White Mini Rex: Black and Broken Havana. We breed for quality, not quanity and breed according to the American Rabbit Breeders Association (ARBA) Standard of Perfection as a guide and we stride to breed them as close to the standard as possible Before you start playing with colors, make sure you study the SOP (Standard of Perfection) for your breed if you plan to show or breed for show, because in some breeds only certain varieties are recognized. In the US, ARBA (American Rabbit Breeders Association) publishes the SOP A basic understanding of rabbit coat color genetics would be an asset if considering breeding and raising tri-colored Mini Lops. I have included a link to a few rabbit genetic sites in the Links section. The tri-colored variety in the Mini Lop was recognized in the ARBA Standard of Perfection in 2001 Based on the American Rabbit Breeders Association (ARBA) Standard for Mini Lops, points are assigned to various body elements of the rabbit. These point designations assist rabbit judges, and breeders, in determining which rabbits best meet the standard. The ultimate point total is 100 = 43 (body) + 20 (head) + 12 (ears and crown) + 5 (feet.
Free Download: Mini Rex Evaluation Rating Sheet Recently I created a new zealand evaluation and rating sheet to help me with the process of understanding and evaluating my rabbits when it comes to deciding which rabbits I should be breeding to which and which kits and juniors are showing the best development and body type to keep for the show. . I breed for quality, not quantity. I strive to breed the ideal rabbit as outlined in the ARBA Standard of Perfection. If you are interested in purchasing a rabbit, check out the for sale page for available rabbits Californian rabbits were developed by George West, of Southern California, in the 1920's. They were developed with the desired goal of producing a good meat and fur breed. To accomplish this, he relied on his experience as a pre-veterinarian, as well as his genetic training and knowledge. He began by crossed Standard Chinchilla's with Himilayan's
The Rex rabbit breed that is (along with nine other rex rabbit breeds) recognized by ARBA is a medium-sized rabbit with a commercial, round body and an ideal weight range of 7.5-10.5 pounds (3.4-4.8 kg). The Rex has a slightly broader head than other breeds of rabbit, proportionate upright ears, and proportionally smaller feet. As with most larger breeds, the female (or doe) has a dewlap. ARBA publishes their Standard of Perfection book which may be purchased on the ARBA website for $20. Everyone should at least read the current copy of the SOP for their chosen breed or breeds, since it sets out the standard for your rabbits. If you plan to show, look up which colors are accepted by ARBA and which are not Another fur type is rex fur. There are only two breeds that have rex fur (the rex rabbit and the mini rex). The third type of fur is satin (the satin & mini satin). Finally, wool is the last type which is found on the Angoras and three other breeds. New Zealand rabbits have normal fur (called flyback) It has been a while since I showed rabbits. I have been involved with Mini Rex's and I want to get involved with them again. I know that breeding two brokens together can result in some charlie's. Most websites seem to imply that they are bad but don't elaborate. I don't own the Standard of Perfection anymore. I need to know if a charlie colored rabbit is a DQ or is it a fault
The American Rabbit Breeders Association has a unique and exacting registration system. Unlike other animal registration systems, each rabbit or cavy must be examined by a licensed registrar, certified free from heritable defects and found to meet specific breed requirements as outlined in the ARBA Standard of Perfection Your first pic, that bunny is showable for sure, however you need to read ARBA's standard of perfection for how rex's are to be posed. They need straight front legs and a very round body, so you could start working on getting them to pose correctly. Your black also has a stunning shade to it. Right now none of them are posed properly Rabbits are one of my favorite pets, and I have just begun a rabbitry. These questions relate to the ARBA (American Rabbit Breeders Association) Standard of Perfection and recognized breeds. Average score for this quiz is 5 / 10. Difficulty: Tough. Played 960 times. As of May 04 21 The Chocolate variety was accepted into the ARBA Standard in 1995 and the Lilac variety followed suite in 1997. One can see that our little Majestic Beauty of the Ages has had quite a colorful background so to speak. Even now one can see many different shades within the Blue and Lilac varieties. The differences can be seen at large Nationals. Holland Lop Standard of Perfection. Holland Lops of Show Quality and Color. Saved by Cathy Tilton. 7. English Lop Rabbit Netherland Dwarf Holland Lop Amazing Grace Beatrix Potter Cocoa Honey Animals Animales
Join us for a live interview with respected American Rabbit Breeders Association judges Randy Shumaker and Allen Mesick. Randy and Allen have impressive bio's and have dedicated their lives to Animal Science. Randy Shumaker has been an active rabbit breeder for nearly thirty years. In 2009, Randy successfully passed the recognition of Red and Opal Mini Satins into the ARBA Standard of Perfection Standard Of Perfection . Per ARBA definition...(2011 Edition ARBA Standard of Perfection-Condition: The overall physical stateof ta rabbit in relation to health, cleanliness, fur and grooming).. American fuzzy lop, American, American Sable, English Angora , Giant Angora, Cinnamon, Florida White, Jersey Wooly, Mini Rex, Mini Satin, New Zealand, Palomino, Satin, Silver Fox, Silver Martin how often is the rabbit standard of perfection revise The American Rabbit Breeders Association is a national club for domestic rabbit and cavy breeders. The ARBA is headquartered in Knox, Pennsylvania in the United States. Its membership is composed of rabbit and cavy breeders throughout, fanciers, and pet owners in North America and many countries throughout the world
The Mini Rex is one of the most popular breeds of rabbit. It's definitely in the top 3, and maybe even number 1. There were over 2,500 Mini Rex entered in the 2011 ARBA National Convention show; that is more than 10% of the total entries! Here are some Mini Rex breeders around the country that may have quality stock for sale The ARBA Mini Lop Standard of Perfection When raising show rabbits, one of the most important tools you can purchase, other than the rabbit (s), is The Standard of Perfection. Possible transport options to saint johns area, or may consider meeting half way. Rabbits will not leave until they are at least 8-10 weeks old