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Links

British Rabbit Council (the

BRC)

"To protect, further and co-ordinate the interests of all British rabbit breeders; to assist and extend the exhibition rabbits, to  influence, advise and co-operate with central and local authorities, departments, education and other committees and schools  in promoting the extension of the breeding of rabbits, and to promote and encourage education and research of a scientific  and/or practical nature for the welfare and benefit of the rabbit."

Fur & Feather Magazine

Contains a Show Diary of British Rabbit Council shows as well as full  schedules for the shows taking place over the next four to six weeks. Our  Classified section lists breeders, small animal clubs, hutch and water bottle  manufacturers plus stock for sale whilst our trade adverts promote small animal  feeds, bedding, health products and penning services. It is the official journal of  the British Rabbit Council.

iBreed Pedigree and

Livestock Management

System

iBreed provides breeders with a simple to use database to maintain records of  their livestock. Comprehensive details can be recorded for each animal, this  allows up to a 5 generation pedigree to be viewed or printed, and a powerful  search function enables livestock to be retrieved at any time. A diary, mating and  award history can be kept and full offspring statistics can be viewed. They also provide iShow, the show management system used by Huddersfield

Halifax Agricultural Show

The Halifax Agricultural Show grows in success every year. It is a ‘proper’ agricultural show with sections including cows, sheep, goats, horses, poultry - and of course, rabbits.The next show is our 70th show and is on Saturday 13th August 2016. To celebrate this anniversary they are following a World War II theme.

Mirfield Show

The award-winning Mirfield Show is one of the best attended and respected family days out in West Yorkshire. Its roots are in the traditional Yorkshire agricultural show, but it also embraces the whole family including children, grandparents and family pets. It showcases a wide variety of traditional and modern events, attracting families from all over Mirfield, Dewsbury, Huddersfield, Kirklees, Calderdale and the rest of Yorkshire. 21st August 2016.
Below are a few useful links. If you’d like a link to your rabbit-centred site, drop us a line and we may be able to include it.
© Huddersfield & District Fanciers Society
Duck-Pond Designs
Fanciers Society Huddersfield & District
Links

British Rabbit Council

(the BRC)

"To protect, further and co- ordinate the interests of all British rabbit breeders; to assist and extend the exhibition rabbits, to  influence, advise and co- operate with central and local authorities, departments, education and other committees and schools  in promoting the extension of the breeding of rabbits, and to promote and encourage education and research of a scientific  and/or practical nature for the welfare and benefit of the rabbit."

Fur & Feather

Magazine

Contains a Show Diary of British Rabbit Council shows as well as full  schedules for the shows taking place over the next four to six weeks. Our  Classified section lists breeders, small animal clubs, hutch and water bottle  manufacturers plus stock for sale whilst our trade adverts promote small animal  feeds, bedding, health products and penning services. It is the official journal of  the British Rabbit Council.

iBreed Pedigree and

Livestock Management

System

iBreed provides breeders with a simple to use database to maintain records of  their livestock. Comprehensive details can be recorded for each animal, this  allows up to a 5 generation pedigree to be viewed or printed, and a powerful  search function enables livestock to be retrieved at any time. A diary, mating and  award history can be kept and full offspring statistics can be viewed. They also provide iShow, the show management system used by Huddersfield

Halifax Agricultural

Show

The Halifax Agricultural Show grows in success every year. It is a ‘proper’ agricultural show with sections including cows, sheep, goats, horses, poultry - and of course, rabbits.The next show is our 70th show and is on Saturday 13th August 2016. To celebrate this anniversary they are following a World War II theme.

Mirfield Show

The award-winning Mirfield Show is one of the best attended and respected family days out in West Yorkshire. Its roots are in the traditional Yorkshire agricultural show, but it also embraces the whole family including children, grandparents and family pets. It showcases a wide variety of traditional and modern events, attracting families from all over Mirfield, Dewsbury, Huddersfield, Kirklees, Calderdale and the rest of Yorkshire. 21st August 2016.
Below are a few useful links. If you’d like a link to your rabbit-centred site, drop us a line and we may be able to include it.