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Rabbit Breeds - Cinnamon

Breed Facts

Breed Slogan

The Spice of Rabbits

Showroom Varities

Standard

Groups & Colors

Cinnamons are to be rust in color with smoke gray ticking across its back. The undercolor will be orange

Weight

Junior Weight: Minimum 4.5 pounds, not over 8.5 pounds
Intermediate Bucks & Does: not over 10 pounds
Senior Does: 9-11 pounds, ideal weight 10 pounds
Senior Bucks: 8.5-10.5 pounds, ideal weight 9.5 pounds

Appearance

This rabbit is named after the spice, and has a general resemblance in color to the spice. It is a commercial rabbit.

Coat Type

Cinnamons have flyback fur

General Personality

This is generally a very gentle breed.


ARBA Schedule of Points

General Type....58

...Body
...Head
...Ears
...Eyes
...Feet & Legs
...Tail

50
3
2
1
2
0

Fur.................15
Color...............11
Markings............11
Condition...........5
TOTAL POINTS....100

Breed History

Country of Orgin

United States

Founder

Belle & Fred Houseman

Brief History

This breed was created accidentally when Belle and Fred Houseman bred their Chinchilla doe to a New Zealand buck. They then bred a Checkered Giant and a Californian to the crossbred rabbits and each produced russet colored rabbits in their litters. It was at that point their father showed the rabbits to a local judge and their process of starting this breed began.

Year of ARBA Acceptance

1972

Conservation Status

The Cinnamon is not endangered.


Recommended Breeders


Breed Links

National Club

Cinnamon Rabbit Breeders Association

Regional Clubs

Local/State Clubs


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