Exquisitely Angora FARMS

 
 

Exquisitely Angora Farms is located about one hour west of St. Louis, Missouri.  We pride ourselves in raising top quality German Angora rabbits.  In addition, we are working on introducing color diversity into the German lines by breeding high producing hybrid lines to meet the standards of German rabbit registration.

The angora wool produced by these rabbits is gently harvested every three months from each animal and spun and dyed for the knitters yarn market.  We lovingly take care of our animals in return for the wonderful fiber they provide us.

In 2012, we introduced angora goats to our farm to diversify our products which will now include a herd of angora goats to produce beautiful natural color fleeces and handspun mohair yarns.

If you are interested in rabbits and goats please continue on this website.

If you are interested in the angora yarns, please visit our yarn site:

www.angorayarn.com

Welcome to the serene world of angoras

A white and an agouti rabbit pair do not produce blue socks.  However, these machine washable socks were made from the wool that the white animals produced. The socks were hand dyed by Rosalie  and are available on www.etsy.com/shop/chicyarn

Site updated 3/17/16

To contact me via email : truongr@me.com

Newsflash: The 29th Annual Meeting for the International Association of German Angora Rabbit Breeders will be held for the first time at Grand Army Farm in Labadie, MO. We are honored to be the host for this event that travels coast to coast every year.

Breeders from across the US from Maine to Oregon and Canada will join once more to talk about German angora rabbits. The workshops and classes are open to the public. For registration, look at the AGM 2016 page, at the bottom.