About Thuringer RabbitsAbout Thuringer Rabbits

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The Thuringer rabbit is a breed of domestic rabbit that originates from Germany. It is a large-sized rabbit, weighing between 4-5 kg. The Thuringer rabbit has a distinctive, short and dense fur that is gray in color with a black undercoat. The fur is soft and thick and requires regular grooming to maintain its appearance. The Thuringer rabbit has a compact body and short ears.

They are known for their friendly and docile nature, making them a popular choice as pets. They are also known for their hardiness and ability to adapt to different climates. They are a great pet for families with children as they are gentle and easy to handle. They are also great for people who live in apartments or small houses as they don't require a lot of space. They are a relatively rare breed, but are well-liked for their unique coloring and friendly personalities.

They are well suited to be raised for meat production as well due to their large size and fast growth rate.

Thuringer Rabbits Associations

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