Feld's Royal Rabbitry - Holland Lops!

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Last Updated • 8-8-2009


This website is dedicated to the amazing Holland Lops I have had the privilege to call my own, past and present.

FRR Bryce

FRR Bryce, Best of Breed 2002 ARBA Convention, was a special little buck who has left a deep impact on my herd. Bryce was also the 2002-03 HLRSC #1 Top Lop.  Bryce passed away several years ago and I miss him a lot, but see a lot of his traits in the sons I have in my barn.


Sarah's Tyson**

The second buck who has had a major influence on my Holland Lops is Sarah’s Tyson.  Tyson was sold to be by Dan & Sarah Pitney at the 2004 ARBA Convention, where he was also Best of Breed. He went on to finish out that sweepstakes year (2004-05) as the #1 Top Lop.  I am forever grateful to Dan & Sarah Pitney for selling Tyson to me.

**Tyson passed away on April 20, 2009...I miss him more than words can express...

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Saturday, August 8, 2009

Past "Scribbles From The Editor" - From the Spring 2008 Hollander - "Spring is Here!"

Spring is finally here! I trust everyone has baby Hollands bouncing around! When I was doing some spring-cleaning recently, I came across a bunch of rabbit things I had not seen in years. My daughters had a “career” in rabbit raising, but opted for sports and other activities when they reached their teens. While going through several old boxes of rabbit things, I came across my kids stuff: ribbons, favorite brushes, remark cards. It brought back many memories of favorite rabbits, 4-H meetings, shows and fairs. Although I was not involved with rabbits in my youth, I was very involved with horses and 4-H projects. I spent many hours over the years riding with my instructor (who was also a horse trainer). Having a mentor gave me direction and guidance, and she was a role model for me. When I was younger, she would always encourage me to get back on the horse when I would fall off. Later on when I was older and more experienced, I would help her out by putting “hours” on green-broke horses. I have many fond memories of my riding days. I have even a couple saddles and quite a bit of equipment with the hopes of getting back into horses someday. I look back and see how involvement with horses and livestock helped me to learn responsibility and leadership skills. I also developed in the areas of setting goals and priorities.

HLRSC youth are the future of the breed. Let’s help our youth all we can. Mentor that newer breeder. Sell youth quality stock and assist them with their breeding endeavors. You will be investing in the future of the HLRSC! On a different note, the 85th ARBA National Convention will be held in Louisville, Kentucky on October 26-30, 2008. Visit their website for more information: www.arbaconventions.com. More information will be included in the summer Hollander.

Looking ahead, mark your calendars for 2009 HLRSC Nationals in York, Pennsylvania, April 18-19.

Until next time.....As always.....Hollands Rule!