L.O.V.E. Some Bunny's
Holland Lops in WI ©
WELCOME to LSB's Rabbitry And Remember...You're no bunny 'till some bunny loves you!!
My handsome boy Jack Paul Servi
16 short years gifted from God.
March 23, 2000 - August 19, 2016
Gone to Soon.
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LSB's L.O.V.E Some Bunny Rabbitry, is a small home based rabbitry specializing in gentle and show-able Holland Lop rabbits that make excellent pets or excel at rabbit shows. I have been breeding them for 40 years!! I am located in Pardeeville, Wisconsin, which is about 30 miles north of Madison. My name is Michelle Servi. I have been raising Holland Lop rabbits since I was nine years old! Hollands are a little more tricky to breed, so it took me about 10 years to have successful litters! I can give you my honest opinion on your bunnies and help you get started in the wonderful world of bunnies! I have always loved the Holland Lops. They are the smallest of the lop eared rabbits, ideally weighing between 3 and 4 pounds when fully grown and come into two different types - the true dwarfs (smaller and shorter ears, show type) and the false dwarfs (usually end up weighing 4 pounds or more - more pet or brood type). I also like their great temperament and personality. My kids love this breed! They are the perfect apartment pet and make great 4H projects. I have sold numerous bunnies to college students, kids and retirees. Please feel free to sign our guest book. If you are in 4h and looking for help getting started I am glad to help you out there too. I will be honest with you about what you are looking for, setting goals and helping your to improve your breeding. The hardest part of breeding bunnies is selling them, as I want to keep them all. Can you blame me? The best part about breeding bunnies is seeing the kids happy with their new bunny! To see current rabbits for sale go to our for sale page or click this link....http://www.freewebs.com/hollandlops/index.htm
Fort Atkinson, Wisconsin
email: [email protected]
FYI --My primary goal is temperament, then show quality.
Places my bunnies have gone to: Boston, New York, San Jose California, Michigan, Illinois, Indiana, Missouri, Iowa, Minnesota, South Dakota, and three to Canada. If I missed anyone out there let me know!
PRICES of Rabbits
Check out my Holland Lops For Sale Page.
You can email me at [email protected] to be put on a waiting list for bunnies too. You can also text me to see if I have any juniors or senior rabbits for sale. Not all rabbits are always listed for sale. All of our bunnies are handled and raised with children.
My kids through the years.
Megan and Jack @Dalton Farm @ North Lake WI June 2014
2017 Megan Graduates High School
2018 Florida Keys
2018 Florida Keys Vacation with Megan
Megan Dec 2018 Puerta Vallarta, Mexico
Thrivent Choking Game Lunch and Learn
American Rabbit Breeders Assocation Member ARBA # SKINMI00
I am a long standing member of the ARBA (American Rabbit Breeders Association), the Wisconsin Rabbit Breeders Association, Holland Lop Rabbit Specialty Club, and the Midwest Holland Lop Club.
Rabbit Clubs to Join
In order to show your rabbits you have to join the ARBA. Here is the link to join on their site:
Holland Lop Rabbit Specialty Club:
Joining this club will get you a nice book on Hollands:
The Midwest Holland Lop Club:
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