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For Sale Updated March 15, 2018

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Sales Policy

All of our babies are handled daily. They have been raised around and have no fear of dogs. No rabbit will leave our rabbitry until they are at least eight weeks old and have been weaned with no problems for two full weeks (Most will be older than eight weeks). We DO NOT SHIP our rabbits. Each rabbit will come with an information sheet and some pellets to switch their diet. We will remain available for questions about your new rabbit. We make every effort to make sure our rabbits are healthy when they leave our care. We expect the buyer to keep the new rabbit quarantined from other rabbits for 14 days. We have a 14 day health guarantee on our rabbits as long as the rabbit has stayed quarantined and not exposed to any sicknesses that may be in buyer's rabbitry. Should your quarantined rabbit die due to illness or become ill in the 14 days, it will be replaced with another rabbit of equal value if available. If not available, you may be put on a waiting list for the next available rabbit, or receive a full refund. (The choice is at our discretion.) At no time will we be responsible for Veterinary bills. You will be required to deliver the body of the deceased animal to us for replacement or refund. (Freezing is a good idea). An ill animal will be returned to us also. We will not be responsible for death due to accident, mishandling, improper care, or exposure to illness if not quarantined. Rabbits that are picked up by a transporter will not be guaranteed due to the rabbit being out of both the seller's and buyer's control.  It is up to the purchaser to double check the sex and quality of the animal they are purchasing. We do not guarantee how the rabbit you are purchasing will perform on the show table, as much of that is determined by the care and feeding that the animal receives. We will disclose any disqualifications that we know about at the time of the sale. 
We socialize rabbits so that they are comfortable with people and dogs. 
It is up to the purchaser to continue this socialization. When rabbits reach sexual maturity, they may try intimidating their people by lunging, boxing or biting. Most rabbits can be worked with and can get over this bad behavior. We are available as a resource if you have questions on how to work with a rabbit that is showing bad behavior. We do not sell any rabbits for use as companion animals whose parents have ever shown any signs of aggression.

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Harmony Hutches For Sale Rabbits

Non Show / Non Brood Quality Lops

Show/ Brood/ 4-H/ FFA
Senior Does

Sherer's MN16
Solid Seal
$45 4-H or Brood
Good Shoulders and head. Crown is a bit tight. 
She has a flat spot over her loin. Would still be 
acceptable  for showing 4-H  Weight: 5 pounds 11 ounces

Show/ Brood/ 4-H/ FFA
Junior Does

None available at this time

Show/ Brood/ 4-H/ FFA
Senior Bucks

Sherer's Gray
Solid Silver Tipped Steel
Has been used for breeding here
DOB: 11/13/2015
$45 4-H
Great Temperament. He is a smaller buck. Has good bone, 
shoulders, head and crown. Weight: 6 pounds 2 ounces.

Sherer's Jojo
Broken Gold Tipped Steel
DOB: 1/2/2016
$45 4-H
Good shoulders, Head, and ear. Balanced, but
has a lower rise. Weight: 6 pounds 3 ounces

Show/ Brood/ 4-H/ FFA
Junior Bucks

None available at this time

Dwarf Hotots

Sales Policy Continued

We prefer to sell non show/brood quality female rabbits that the buyer plans on using as companion animals between the ages of 8 - 12 weeks of age. After 12 weeks of age, we prefer to sell non show/brood quality female rabbits that the buyer plans on using as companion animals to experienced rabbit owners only. We find that new owners do better with their female rabbit when starting with a young one. Bucks generally make better companion animals because they don't have the hormone fluctuations that does  have. However, there are always exceptions to the rule. So if you have your heart set on a doe, know that you may have to work with her behavior when she reaches sexual maturity. We also sell or place retired brood does and bucks that have good temperaments as companion animals.    
We reserve the right to refuse any sale, or terminate any sale at any time and for any reason we feel appropriate. If a deposit has been made on the animal, and we terminate the sale, the deposit will be returned. Should a deposit be made and the purchaser changes their mind, the deposit will NOT be returned, and the rabbit will be added to our for sale list. If the purchaser does not show up to pick up the rabbit without prior contact, the deposit will NOT be returned, and the rabbit will be added to our for sale list. This rule does not apply to animals that have not been seen in person by the buyer as we appreciate the fact that the buyer needs to assess the quality of the animal hands on. 
We do not take deposits on unborn litters, neither do we keep waiting lists. Deposits are not necessary unless we are keeping the rabbit for more than two weeks before pick up. The two weeks does not apply to rabbits that are ON HOLD until fully weaned and ready to go. 
We can deliver rabbits to shows we attend. Please check with us to make sure which shows we are attending as there have been times when we have cancelled going to one of the listed shows. Please have a carrier ready when you pick up your new rabbit. All our rabbits have full pedigrees unless noted otherwise. Pedigrees may or may not accompany a companion rabbit at our discretion.
Providing we have the space, we will gladly take back any stock we sell, however we will not BUY the stock back. We will also be glad to advertise for you on our website should you decide to re-home an animal purchase from us.
We accept cash or PayPal transfers. Please- no personal or certified checks.
Buyer must be 18 years of age or older, or must have a Parent or Guardian present at time of purchase.
Revised 7/13/2014

Non Show Quality- $50 and up
4-H/FFA Show or Brood Quality- $65 and up
Show Quality- Those are the ones I keep ;)

A Note about Dwarf Hotots:
We fully disclose any showing disqualifications we find with any of our stock before they are sold. However, we have found that it is not unusual for stray spots to appear even after five months of age. It can be very frustrating. We cannot promise that a spot will not appear on any of the animals we sell. It should be understood that spots are part of the breeding challenges we all face with this breed of rabbit.
Any rabbit listed under Non Show/Non Brood usually has a showing disqualification or are a dwarf rabbit that does not carry a dwarf gene.
Revised 10/08/2017

Not for Showing
Not for Breeding 

Wrangler- Buck
DOB: 11/27/16
Cannot be shown because of small black spots on the edges of his ears.
Should not be bred for the same reason. These spots do not go to the
skin and have not molted out. I would not want to breed that problem into
a herd. He has a quieter personality and would be a great companion.
Weight: 1 Pound 15 Ounces

Huck- Buck
DOB: 7/14/17
Huck is a small guy and a very friendly bunny. He has a strange ear set 
that I decided I did not want to breed into my herd. He would be a good
companion animal for anyone. He weighs 1 pound 9 ounces.

Kaden- Buck
DOB: 8/24/17
Kaden is a nice little bunny, but just too small for me to 
use in my breeding program. He would be a great companion
animal. He has a cute personality.
Weight: 1 Pound 11 Ounces

4-H/Brood Quality Dwarfs

Senior Does

None at this time

Junior does

Sherer-Theiss' Quota
Out of Yankee
DOB: 11/19/2017
Black Banded- Missing one band- Brood Only
Weight: 2 Pounds 2 Ounces
Ear Length: 2-1/4"

Senior Bucks

Sherer-Theiss' Owen
DOB: 7/5/2016 
Black Banded
Weight: 2 Pounds 1 Ounce
Ear Length: 2.0"
$75 Proven Producer ON HOLD

Junior Bucks

None available