Does


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SB's Candice  DE1
Jr. Doe    
SB's Diamond in the Rough x VT's Everglades

Candice is a very nice doe, who i think will prove herself well on the show tables. She has a wide loin, as well as a very smooth body. She might take her fathers or mothers topline, it's hard to say at this point, it could go either way. I am going to for sure show this doe at the next show we attend, along with the three others I still own. I have high hopes for her nice body type and conformation. 

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SB's Aceline  DE2
Jr. Doe
SB's Diamond In The Rough x VT's Everglades

Aceline is a very sweet rabbit, She hasn't Quite developed as I had hoped, though. She would be best as a pet rabbit, for a 4Her or a nice family to love her! 


$5 
Sold

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SB's Orianthe  DE3
Jr. Doe
SB's Diamond In The Rough x VT's Everglades

Flower is a very, very nice rabbit, who has a great topline and is very wide throughout. She is very smooth, and has a great density to her coat. She has a great feminine head, with a wide body and loin. She too, is growing in short bursts and it's hard to tell exactly what she will look like. She is a very nice animal, and is worth every penny of her price, if not more!


$30
4H Discount!

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SB's Philana  DE4
Jr. Doe
SB's Diamond In The Rough x VT's Everglades

Happy is a very nice rabbit, and she has a lot of potential! I love her width to loin. She could use more width, but everything else is very nice, feminine, and has great meat type. She is a great little rabbit, who will do well on the show table and be a great brood doe. May be for sale later in the year, or late january at the most. I would really Like to take her to St. Helens for the show.

$25
4H Discount

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SB's Delphi  DE5
Jr. Doe
SB's Diamond In The Rough x VT's Everglades

This is a very nice doe, who I am still considering keeping. She has great depth to her topline and is very smooth. She is a little hollow in her hindquarters, but overall is a very nice little rabbit. 


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    Expect juniors periodically, especially during the winter months.