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Dedicated to preserving and promoting the "Sterling Breed"
black silver rabbit
Welcome to the official website of the National Silver Rabbit Club.  Our purpose is to develop these unique Silver rabbits  and provide services to the people that raise them.

The Silver breed as we know it is found only in the United States, Canada, and the United Kingdom, though there are many other breeds worldwide with "silvering," all of which are descended from the Silver.   The Silver rabbit was one of the earliest domesticated breeds, being known in England as early as the sixteenth century.   Today the Silver is a rare breed, recognized as threatened by the American Livestock Breeds Conservancy.   This means that there are currently fewer than 100 annual registrations in the United States and estimated global population is less than 1,000.  Please learn more about this wonderful breed and help us support it!

One way to support the Silver is to join our club.   Chartered with the American Rabbit Breeders Association, the NSRC offers several benefits to members including a sweepstakes contest and a quarterly newsletter, "The Silver Bullet."  Enjoy our website and feel free to contact us if you have any questions!



    NEW NATIONALS DATE

There has been a CHANGE in the date of the 2018 All Silver National Show.  The new date is April 21, 2018 in Canton Ohio at the Hall of Fame Classic show Information will be posted on the Shows page as it becomes available.

Black SIlver Rabbit

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2017 ARBA Convention

 BOB:  Joel & Nichole Marshall
BOS: Carrie Thompson

Youth BOB: Jordan Sager
Youth BOS: Jordan Sager

Full results are available on the National Winners page.


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