Raising Show Quality Mini Rex & English Spot Rabbits in Indiana


We are a family owned rabbitry located in Greensburg, Indiana.  Currently we raise Mini Rex in black, broken, castor, blue, black otter, REW, and chocolate as well as a few English Spots (black, chocolate and blue).  It started in 2001 with a pair of mini lops as a 4-H project and has grown from there.  Who knew that we would fall in love this hobby and would meet so many wonderful people along the way:-)  Currently, the rabbits are shown by Jessica and Kimberly in open.

Jessica is a senior at Hanover College and is pursuing a career as a veterinarian.  She will spend the first four years there majoring in chemistry/biology before she heads to Ohio State or Purdue University to finish her education.  If she is not at a rabbit show or working with the rabbits, she is busy studying or reading a book.  Jennifer is taking a break from college until she can figure out what she wants to do.  Joanna is a senior in high school and is interested in pursuing a career in the medical field as well but has not made any decisions as to what.  She is always busy playing basketball. Kimberly is still in school and probably will be for the next 20 years.  She graduated from Ohio State University with a BS in Engineering and received her Masters in Education through Indiana Wesleyan.  Currently, she is working as a high school math and science teacher.  If she is not at a rabbit show or working with the rabbits, she is trying to get caught up on work and sleep.  As with most parents, she has many dreams and aspirations for her children.  She hopes all of their dreams come true and she will do her part to help them along the way.

Browse through our website and, if you have any questions about the breed or have any suggestions on how to improve the appearance of our site, please let us know.  We are always interested in what others have to say and always willing to help others improve the quality of the breeds we raise.  Thanks for visiting:-)



LAST UPDATED:  January 26, 2014


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