New Zealand Rabbits make good pets as they are very friendly, calm and enjoy being part of a family due to their social nature and do well with children and other pets.
New Zealand Rabbits live for 7 to 10 years.
New Zealand white rabbits eat between 100 and 300 grams of feed per day, or 50 grams per 1 kilogram of body weight daily.
The New Zealand White Rabbits water intake is generally between 100 and 600 milliliters per day.
New Zealand White rabbits are really popular rabbits as pets, in the show ring, and unfortunately, in the laboratory and meat/fur farm.
New Zealand White rabbits are also easily distinguished by their relatively large and solid bodies covered in dense white fur, their upstanding white ears, and their red eyes.
Despite being originally developed as a meat rabbit, New Zealand's make great pets!
They enjoy being part of a family due to their social nature and do well with children and other pets.
The albino trait gives the rabbits a pure white coat.
These rabbits grow to be big bunnies.
New Zealand bucks can grow to weigh between 9 and 11 pounds, while does weigh 10-12 pounds.
Because of the large size of these rabbits, they need larger cages than your typical rabbit needs.
New Zealand Rabbits are bred for meat, pelts, show, and laboratory uses, being the most commonly used breed of rabbit both for testing and meat production.
They are also bred as pet rabbits but mostly breed for meat.
New Zealand White Rabbits live for around 7 to 10 years and they make great pets even for children.
New Zealand Whites make ideal pets for children because of their docile, calm nature.
Rabbits aren't especially expensive.
Whereas pet rabbits purchased from shelters typically carry adoption fees ranging from $50.00 to $100.00, New Zealand rabbits can cost as little as $10.00 apiece.
Non-pedigreed Flemish giants cost $20.00 to $50.00 apiece.