Wooly rabbits in California

Sundew Farms

Quality Dairy Goats, Market Lambs, and Jersey 

Senior Does

Listed below are all does over the age of 6 months. All does under 6 months are on the Juniors or Nestbox pages.

Sundew's Peggy

Sire: DTL's Chocolate Buck
Dam: Sundew's Marilyn Monroe
Variety: Siamese Sable
Genotype: aaBbc(chl)-D-E-
DOB: 

Peggy is the only Jersey Wooly remaining from my original herd. She survived a dog attack that decimated my entire herd in 2016, but is missing numerous toes from all four feet as well as one of her rear legs, which was severed at the hock. She recovered well from the attack, and will hopefully become a mother in the near future.

Julia's Jubilee

Sire:Julia's Sherman

Dam: Julia's Charlet

Variety: Black

DOB: 5-30-15


Jubilee actually goes back to my first Jersey Wooly, LeSage's Piano Man, the foundation of my original herd. I'm excited to see what she can produce!

Seal Doe

Sire:

Dam:

Variety: Seal

DOB:

Real

Sire:

Dam:

Variety: REW

DOB:

Pointed Doe

Sire:

Dam:

Variety: Black Pointed White

DOB:

Sundew's Pointed Doe

 

~REST IN PEACE~ *Reg. G.C.* Sundew's Lady Luck(12 legs- 8 BOB, 3 BOSB, 1 BOG)

 

Sire: *Reg. G.C.* LeSage's Piano Man(7 legs)
Dam: Amy's Painted Daisy
Variety: Siamese Sable
Genotype: aaB-c(chl)cDdE-
November 15, 2010 - October 15, 2014

BEST OF BREED AT THE 2011 YOUTH JERSEY WOOLY NATIONAL SHOW!!!

2nd Shaded Sr. Doe at '11 ARBA National Convention

Lady Luck was born in my second-ever litter of Woolies, and from the time I picked her out as POL at 3 weeks of age, I knew she'd be a special one, and I even named her Lady Luck already planning to take her to Nationals in Reno, NV in the spring of 2011 where she took Best of Breed. She went on to win many more legs, and is still one of the top "leg-winners" I've produced, second only to her son, Lady's Man. She was always a moody, difficult to breed doe, though she adored the kits she did have. As a result, she only produced a very small number of kits in her lifetime, but they were gorgeous ones. Every true dwarf kit she ever produced went on to become grand champions, and even a couple of her false dwarfs won legs as juniors. Some of her best include Lady's Man(19 legs; RIS) and Peppermint Twist(11 legs; BIS). Lady produced her last litter in January of 2014, and unfortunately none survived. After that litter, she was retired from the nursery and passed peacefully in her sleep later that year. She made a huge impact in my barn and still lives on in her descendants. The rabbits currently in my barn who can be traced back to both Lady's Man and Lady Luck are Sundew's Chocolate Seduction, Sundew's Songbird, Sundew's Morning Dew, and Sundew's REW-Drop. RIP Lady Luck, you'll never be forgotten. <3

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