Dutch and Jersey Woolies

American Rabbit Breeders Assoc.
Registered Rabbitry - #H2065
Est. 1991

Sharon Sartori
ARBA Registrar - #RR347

American Rabbit Breeders Assoc.
American Dutch Rabbit Club
National Jersey Wooly Rabbit Club
North East Wooly Fanciers
New England Belgian Hare Club
Secretary:   Central CT Rabbit Breeders Assoc.
Secretary:   New England Dutch Rabbit Club
Last updated on Sept. 14, 2008

Dutch Bucks

Dutch Does

Jersey Wooly Bucks

Jersey Wooly Does



For Sale



New England
Dutch RC

About Me...

       Starlight Rabbitry is a small rabbitry located in Connecticut. I raise Dutch and Jersey Woolies. In Dutch, I specialize in Blacks and Blues. In Jersey Woolies, I specialize in Chestnuts, Opals, Black Otters, Blue Otters, and Brokens.

       I first started raising rabbits in 1991 for a school project. I attended a Vocational Agriculture High School and we had to do a project for 4 years. After you graduate high school, you could choose to get rid of your project. I decided I wanted to raise rabbits. I saw an ad in my local paper and called it. A lady by the name of Dawn Bradshaw helped me out and I got a pair of Dutch from her on loan. She later gave me the doe. They weren't the greatest but at that time I was just doing this for the grade. But I started going to shows and I learned about other breeds, how to show them, all the show rules, etc. I fell in love with the breed and all the people at the shows. I started to show my own rabbits in 1992.

       I graduated from high school in 1995 and I continued to raise and show Dutch rabbits. I didn't want to stop because I enjoyed the people at the shows and I loved having my rabbits. My parents allowed me to keep them and I slowly increased my herd. In 1995, I started raising Jersey Woolies. I love showing rabbits because occassionally I get a nice one and that makes it worth while. I continue to meet very knowledgable people and have made countless friends from around the country.