Raising Pedigreed Holland Lops and Netherland Dwarfs in New York. All rabbits are pedigreed and most are registered through the A.R.B.A. Breeding Pedigreed Holland Lops & Netherland Dwarfs in NY.
Colors we work on in NDs is Chocolate, Black, Lilac, Blue and REW in Selfs, Otter and Broken. Colors we work with in our Holland Lops is Tort, Blue Tort, Black and Sable Point, in Solids and Brokens.
Mission: "Breeding for Quality, NOT Quantity!"
"To better the breed based on the recognized A.R.B.A. Standard of Perfection."
Operating as usual
We've been receiving a lot of inquiries regarding "Christmas Bunnies". This is a reminder to please read our Sales Policy prior to contacting us. Our Sales Policy clearly states we do not sell rabbits as "gifts/presents". If purchasing a rabbit, we ask that the inquirer do their research prior to committing. When we offer animals, we want them to go to either forever homes or breeding programs. We never want to see our animals thrown from home to home. Remember, pets are a commitment, if you are unwilling to commit, please reconsider adding an animal to your home.
All rabbits in this album have been rehomed. Congrats to all the new owners!
Some grow outs in the rabbitry. Excited to see how these guys continue to develop.
I shouldn't have to be even pointing this out but this is OUR rabbitry page, therefore we do NOT allow people to post transport services, sales, etc on our page/group. If caught doing so, you will NOT receive a warning, you will be banned. There are groups out there for that kind of advertisement. Please be courteous of others.
Did you know we also have a group? Feel free to join! I will start doing topics again soon once everything calms down. :)
Broken Otter Jr ND Buck
BMR's Charlie x BMR's Dark Horse
Some grow outs currently.
We now have an adoption application available
I am going to be offering a couple of my blue carriers this fall as I am going with a different style. They will need to be picked up in Corning, NY. I can ship them but the buyer is responsible for all shipping costs.
4 holes, perfect for Holland Lops and Netherland Dwarfs
I have decided that even if the opportunity rises, we will not be attending any shows this year. I hope that 2021 brings some kind of normalcy and allows us to see all of our bunny friends as we do miss everyone dearly.
In better news, we have several litters and upcoming litters that we are very excited about, in both Holland Lops and Netherland Dwarfs.
Our Current breedings:
*AvaLana's Zelda x Proud Ear's Alejandro
*BMR's Annabeth x Proud Ear's Alejandro
*BMR's Midna x Coffee Creek Killroy
*Coffee Creek CeeCee x BMR's Ganon
*GC Coffee Creek Get It On x BMR's Ganon
*GC Coffee Creek Hot Pants x Proud Ear's Alejandro
*Coffee Creed Poco Lena x Proud Ear's Alejandro (kindled)
*KBF Newsflash x Proud Ear's Alejandro
*Proud Ear's Fancy x Coffee Creek Killroy
*Proud Ear's Lolita x Coffee Creek Killroy
*Proud Ear's Morning Light x GC Rohrbaugh's Cooper
*BMR's Aphrodite x BMR's Shadowfax
*BMR's BMR62 x BMR's Ferrero Rocher
*BMR's Carrie x BMR's Ferrero Rocher
*BMR's Charlotte x Simons' Vision
*BMR's Dark Horse x BMR's Charlie
*BMR's Deja Vu x BMR's Charlie
*BMR's Flora x Underhill Hodor
*BMR's Reba x Simons' Vision
*BMR's Sansa x BMR's Charlie
*Simons' 3L x BMR's Charlie
*Simons' M4 x BMR's Shadowfax
*Underhill Hershey Kisses x BMR's Vidar
*Underhill Jackie Brown x BMR's Vidar (kindled)
*Underhill Kit Kat x BMR's Shadowfax
*Underhill Meera x BMR's Vidar
Will be updating photos today and listing some rabbits on the website.
*Registered Broken Sable Point Sr Doe
*Tort Jr Buck (Pet only)
*Sable Point Jr Buck (Pet only)
*Blue Jr Buck
*Chocolate Otter Jr Doe
*Black Otter Jr Doe
*Chocolate Jr Doe
*Broken Otter Jr Buck (p e n d I n g)
*Lilac Jr Doe
*Chocolate Otter Jr Doe
*Fox Jr Doe (p e n d I n g)
I have a blue tort Jr Holland Lop buck that is looking for a pet home. Corning, NY
I have a registered Broken Sable Point Sr Doe that I am thinking about posting on the website. She just kindled a litter of 7 so she will not be ready to go until after weaning. 2 years old.
I have a Black Fox ND Jr Buck that will be looking for a breeder that is working with this variety. Excellent bloodlines. Carries self and chocolate, may carry dilute.
I am super excited to announce that our new additions are now home and settling in well. Special thanks to Gail for these new guys!
GC Coffee Creek Get It On
GC Coffee Creek Hot Pants
Coffee Creek Killroy
Coffee Creek Poco Lena
I cannot wait to get some litters! Thanks again Gail!
Due to RHDV2, I am NOT working with transporters or breeders from the hotspot areas. Please be advised that ALL rabbits must be picked up in Corning, NY 14830. I will not travel outside of Corning. I will not hold these rabbits longer than 2 weeks. Please be sure that you can make the drive before contacting me.
I'll be adding a lilac jr BUD doe, a chocolate otter jr doe, a chocolate jr doe and a broken otter jr buck to the website.
So excited! Waiting on two does to kindle any day now and more on the way!
For most of you that stay pretty up to date with our page and seen our post regarding shutting down to transporters due to the RHD outbreak, I want to reiterate a few things.
1) I am NOT meeting transporters during this time.
2) This decision is non-negotiable. My animals are worth more to me than money and I am doing what I feel is the best interest in my herd to protect them.
3) I don't care how much you complain, call me names or try to push your strong beliefs, this is MY decision and I am sticking to it.
4) If you cannot respect me and my decision and continue to harass, belittle, etc, you will be banned from the page and you will be put on my DNS list.
Now I also want to say this, just because this is my decision and I have my beliefs regarding this entire situation about transporting, etc, does not mean that I will force my thoughts onto anyone. Most of you are logical thinkers and if you choose to deal with transport, especially those who are traveling through the hot zones, than that is your decision and yours only. I am not going to make posts condemning people for their choices as quite honestly, I don't have the time nor am I responsible for their herds.
In other news, I am thrilled to announce several new litters, several does due and several does about to go back into breeding. I hope that during this time, this message finds many of you continuing to strive in your breeding programs. Right now is an excellent time to really concentrate and cull hard on your programs. Will I be potentially adding more rabbits to my website? Yes. This year I will also be letting go of several proven brood does, herd sires, etc. Like usual, I will try to post here on the page before posting on the website.
Corning, NY 14830
"BMR's Signature Rabbitry" was formerly known as "Brittany's Funny Bunny Farm". All copyrights are reserved. Please do not remove photos unless the rabbitry is credited. Located in Corning, NY 14830. We offer pedigreed Holland Lops for Show and Breeding purposes. We are a small non-profit rabbitry that only does this for the enjoyment of the hobby. All rabbits are pedigreed and most are registered with A.R.B.A. We are an exhibitor in Open of A.R.B.A.
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BMR's Charlie x P.H.R.'s Xio
Super excited for this litter! A blue and a broken blue or broken lilac otter! She also had a black otter that was a peanut.
Checking babies and genders today.
*Note: genders at this age isn't a guarantee and can change as they get older.
1 Black Doe
1 Black Otter Doe
1 Broken Doe
1 Broken Buck
My parents were farmers so it comes to no surprise when I say that some of us kids quickly got bit by the show bug and started showing animals in 4-H. My sister was the first to start showing; she showed sheep and rabbits. I remember going out to her rabbit barn and watching her with her French Lops, Oreo being the one I remember the most because she was an absolute terror. I remember going to Ashley's 4-H meetings and watching her leader talk to everyone and discuss projects. That woman, she was an absolute angel. She was absolutely amazing with the kids, kind, generous and full of knowledge regarding every animal and detail you needed to know. I remember when she talked, she had this charm about her that you couldn't help but adore and was completely mesmerized by her. She was absolutely fascinating. I remember begging my parents to allow me to join her group but sadly I wasn't old enough. I remember going to the 4-H grounds and watching my sister show and helped prepare. I remember the smell, the excitement, being anxious and the fair food.
After we moved to New York, our parents had us join the local 4-H. I'm sad to say it was nothing like what we were use to at all. It was all a competition to kids, it was all money and politics. My sister quickly lost interests completely in the animals and soon moved onto her new found interests. I lost complete interests in the 4-H program as well. The way people treated us, the way parents and kids alike sneered and made jokes about us because of our accents and where we came from. It was too much and all the fun out of it was lost; I missed Ms Gail more than anything then.
In 2001, I was sitting outside my grandfather's farm house; we heard several rabbits screaming down below the house at the trailer across the street, a fox had entered the pens and began killing the rabbits. Next thing I know, I seen this black booted Mini Lop come hopping up the driveway. My dad rushed over to the rabbit, checked for injuries and gave the buck to me. His name was Lucky and he was the restart to my rabbit addiction. Six months later, I added Spot, a broken black Netherland Dwarf, far from show quality. Next thing I know, I'm up to 200 holes and a full fledged breeding rabbitry; that was the start to Brittany's Funny Bunny Farm. I was already showing horses in 4-H during that time and decided to give the rabbits a whirl along with a couple cavies. The rabbitry quickly again expanded and started concentrating on show rabbits. By 2003, I had 400 holes that were occupied by mostly show rabbits, all pedigreed, including in the following breeds: American Chinchillas, American Fuzzy Lops, Californians, Dutch, Flemish Giants, Florida Whites, French Lops, Giant Chinchillas, Harlequins, Havanas, Holland Lops, Jersey Woolies, Lionheads, Mini Lops, Mini Rex, Netherland Dwarfs, New Zealands, Polish, Rex, and Tans. I also had over 40 holes of Pedigreed American Cavies.
In 2008, I joined the American Rabbit Breeders Association. For the first couple of years, I tried showing all my breeds and upgrading the quality of my herds; I quickly learned that I just had too many to concentrate on so one by one, I ended up selling out of several breeds. In 2011, I sold the last of my Tans, Californians, Lionheads and New Zealands to move my concentration to just the Holland Lops and Netherland Dwarfs. Now with just forcing my concentration on two breeds, I slowly began the climb up. I earned several legs, wins and even placed on a national level in my district. Sadly, once 2015 hit, I was forced to sell my entire herd of Netherland Dwarfs and Holland Lops and what was then my thought of the end completely of my rabbit hobby.
In January 2017, I met with a woman who I have been talking to over the internet for years, she had then started her own breeding program and rabbitry and I found out that she was attending a show that wasn't very far from my home. So I packed my car, took a friend and went to meet her. I absolutely fell in love with her chocolate Netherland Dwarfs. By February 2017, I added one of her dwarfs to my home and realized that my passion was back and I was ready to come back into the rabbit hobby. Underhill Dove, a massive chocolate otter Netherland Dwarf doe was the start to my new and improved rabbitry, BMR's Signature Rabbitry. I absolutely loved this doe. Shortly after, Bloink's Argon joined the group, followed by Summerose Apollo and Rosewood's Paisley.
In all my years in this hobby, I have learned so much and I am now applying all my knowledge to this new rabbitry. I am being extremely selective on what rabbits I am adding to my herd and so far, it has really paid off. All my rabbits are currently kept inside until the rabbit barn is completed. Our main goal is to produce the best stock we can, based off of the Standard Book of Perfection, with excellent temperaments.
To date, I've been in the newspaper, on tv, done several presentations, started a 4-H club that became the largest in our county, helped several breeders, mentored, and more; the wins and achievements are far too great to count.
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Pictured above is our old rabbitries web banner that I made.