The following is an article about the long haired rabbit:
Angora rabbit, the scientific name of Angora rabbit, is native to Ankara, the capital of Türkiye (formerly known as Angola). Angora rabbits are divided into five types of Angora rabbit fur colors based on their strains, namely all white, all black, all yellow, black and white alternating, and brown. Angora rabbits have long and dense fur, some of which can exceed 5 centimeters, hence they are also known as "long haired rabbits".
The fur of long haired rabbits has high economic value. Due to the long and soft fur and good texture of Angora rabbits, it is one of the important raw materials in the textile industry. The textiles made from it have better warmth retention, elasticity, and comfort than other types of woolen fabrics. In addition, the fur of Angora rabbits can also be used to make leather clothes, scarves, hats, etc.
In terms of breeding, raising long haired rabbits requires a high level of technical skills and management capabilities. Due to its long and dense hair, it needs to be regularly combed and trimmed to maintain its cleanliness and luster. In addition, the long haired rabbit has high requirements for environmental temperature and humidity, and needs to provide a suitable living environment. In terms of feed, long haired rabbits require highly nutritious feed to meet their growth and development needs.
Overall, the long haired rabbit is an animal with high economic and breeding value. During the breeding process, attention should be paid to issues such as breeding management, environmental control, and disease prevention and control to ensure its healthy growth and high-quality wool production.