About the Belgian Hare:
The Belgian Hare is a distinct rabbit, closely resembling a hare, with a long, fine body, muscular flank, and arched back with loins and well-rounded hind quarters. Effective 12/1/18, the Belgian Hare has two recognized varieties, the traditional “rufous” variety with a deep red rufous coat with black, wavy ticking, and the recently approved tan variety that includes black, blue, chocolate, and lilac with a tan undercoat.
The Belgian Hare is one of the oldest breeds in America, dating back to the 1880’s. Today the Belgian Hare is one of the rarer rabbit breeds, and is considered threatened, according to the American Livestock Breed Conservancy. (from the American Belgian Hare Club)
Welcome to our Rabbitry
We breed exclusively for show and for the preservation of the breed. If you are interested in owning a Belgian Hare, we encourage you to reach out to us and we can help direct you.
Our Rabbitry is located at The Fox and Crow Farm in New Hampshire. We are not open to the public.
Meet Our Newest Belgian Hare Addition!
We will be picking him up in just a few short weeks and bringing him home to our rabbitry.
We hope you follow us on our journey. We plan to attend as many rabbit shows as possible and will be looking for his mate soon.
Depending on the weather this summer, you might even be able to visit him at a various farm events we have planned.
Below is a gallery of photos of our former Belgian Hares and litters.