Angora wool is a luxury fiber alongside cashmere and mohair. The characteristics that make Angora wool standout are that it is:
Whether you’re trying spinning and knitting as a hobby or you run a business and need luxury Angora wool for knitwear and home decor for sale, Country Bumpkin Bunnies offers you top quality and the best value for money.
Raising the English Angora rabbits for their hair is a highly-skilled task. It needs time, dedication, and passion. Now that we have been raising these beautiful angora bunnies for a few years, we have really learned the quality and beauty of their fiber. We have a variety of color breeding programs and can offer a multitude of fiber in a variety of colors from them! We also dye some of our fibers and card it into roving's. Upon request, we can custom blend for additional fees.
We love bunnies
At Country Bumpkin Bunnies, we use clipping and plucking techniques to harvest the wool from molting rabbits. Our Angora wool is raw, untreated, and ready-to-dye. We gently harvest the wool of our pedigreed rabbits on the family farm that molt three to four times a year. Rest assured, quality is top-notch and pure.
You can purchase raw English Angora fiber in premium prime in two ounce increments or it can be purchased cleaned, carded, dyed and in roving's. Whatever your preference is, just let us know and will will fill your order. Some colors are not available and we do have a waiting list on special requests so please be sure to be specific in what you are looking for.
Our English Angora fiber for sale is priced at $18.00+ per ounce. Our prices reflect all of the work we put into raising the rabbits, maintaining the high maintenance coats, their diets, and harvesting. If we sell it as prime raw, it is laid out nicely on our custom tissue paper in the same direction at 2 ounces per sheet. We have not experienced any felting of the fibers by processing this way. This also ensures the best handling and storing until use. The more work put into preparing the produce, the price is reflected. For example, rovings and dyed fiber will cost a little more than raw. Shorter staple offered in bags are discounted prices and weight varies.
We have videos to show us harvesting one of our English Angoras so you can see exactly how it is done. It is done safely, humanely and does NOT harm the rabbit in any way at all. The worst part is that they have to sit in one spot longer than they probably like. Our rabbits are very friendly and affectionate. We handle them often and they are used to the human touch. They are kept very clean by grooming often. We do our very best to make sure there is little to no VM (vegetable matter) in their fibers. We do have shorter clippings from when the coat is different lengths and keep those separate from our prime cuts. Our prime can be three to six inch staples.
On a rare occasion, we have allowed seven inch growth before harvesting. Our shorter cuts will come at a discounted price (as mentioned above) in a plastic zip lock bag and range from one to sometimes four inch staple. These packages are intended for fiber arts such as felting. Whatever you may be looking for from an English Angora, WE HAVE IT!
Hi! I'm the heart behind every bunny you see on this website. I fell in love with these fluffy babies and had to have them. I socialize them and spend time with them every chance I get. Occasionally I feed and clean but I'm usually caught slacking on that part of the job and excelling at snuggling them 100% of the time.
I am the chief groomer, cleaner and feeder. I TRY to leave the snuggling to the kids although these sweet fur balls have become a quick obsession of mine. I find myself giving bunny kisses often. I take the blame for the excessive number of bunnies we own lol.
I'm the errand boy. Anything they need, I go get it. I pick up about 600 lbs of feed and a couple bales of hay every two weeks! I'm also caught trying to train the baby bunnies to come to me right out of the nest box as soon as their eyes open (every litter). I can't resist these cute little bunnies.
I am the brains behind the genetics and planned litters. I take most of the pictures and videos and handle all the finances of the biz. My kids are infatuated with every single bunny and enjoy getting to hold the bunnies when allowed. Sometimes they even get to help water the bunnies.
2 ounces of chestnut agouti fiber
3 ounces of Japanese harlequin vm fiber
2 ounces of ermine/white chinchilla fiber
3 ounces of chocolate agouti fiber
2 ounces of lilac otter fiber
4 ounces of chocolate fiber
2 1/2 ounces of chocolate chinchilla fiber
2 ounces of chocolate chinchilla fiber
3 ounces of fawn fiber
3 ounces of blue chinchilla fiber
2 ounces of chocolate agouti fiber
Indeed, being bunny lovers ourselves, we love that the English Angora rabbits combine the cuddly softness of a traditional domestic pet along with the utility of a fiber animal.
All bunnies come with a Free Global Generic pedigree. We also have a custom bunny birth certificate available for a small fee...Read More
So your buying a new bunny and are waiting on its arrival. Here is our top 10 list of what you need to prepare for your new bunny.Read More
We are devoted to help you find answers to our most frequently asked questions about English Angora Rabbits, quickly and efficiently.Read More
Everything you want to know about buying our bunnies! Please take the time to read it if you are considering to buying English Angora bunnies.Read More