Gotland rabbits for sale

Our Gotland rabbits are very social and nice individuals. We spend time with both kids and parents so they should be easy to handle and cozy to deal with.

The rabbits are sold with or without a gene bank certificate at the earliest 8 weeks of age for the Gotland Rabbit Association’s target price, which is currently SEK 300 and SEK 350 with a gene bank certificate incl. VAT. For more information contact us !

Organic rabbit farm in the Nysäter area

Rabbit is a common feature in southern European cuisine and comes more and more on menus and dinner tables in Sweden as well. The meat is light, tender and lean and looks a bit like chicken.

Rabbit meat is the most climate-smart meat you can eat right now, if you choose to eat meat According to the trade association Swedish Rabbit Producers’ Association. Swedes eat meat like never before. On average, we put on more than 86 kilos, which is a new record level. In particular, the consumption of chicken and beef is increasing. But beef puts a strain on the environment by emitting the greenhouse gas methane and goes against the desire for a reduced climate impact.

We need to find alternative protein sources that do not consume as much resources. We should eat more vegetables, less meat and more fish. For example, we try to develop fish farms with a circular thinking, says Carl-Gustaf Thulin, director of the Center for Game and Fish Research at SLU to Sydsvenskan. Carl-Gustaf Thulin’s proposal is that Sweden should invest in rabbit breeding.

Most recipes for pork, veal and chicken also work well for rabbits after an adjustment of the cooking time. The rabbit meat is “dense” and therefore requires longer heating for at least an hour. See our recipes .

Meat type

Protein content

Fat content


21 %

10 %


20 %

11 %


16 %

28 %


16 %

28 %


12 %

45 %

Foreningen Gotlandskaninen

Our chickens

We breed Skånska Blommehönor on a small scale and our flock consists of about six hens in mixed colors right now. They are free-ranging and they will be more in the future

The Skåne Flower Hen is one of our Swedish landraces. The flower hen is considered a large landrace and varies in color but with the characteristic “floral” spots.

The hens lay approx. 150 eggs a year but has, compared to the other landraces, a slightly lower proportion of hens that incubate. This makes it harder to breed with them. Our hens are not affiliated with a gene bank, but maybe it will be in the future.

Our ducks

We have some blue ducks. The blue duck is a medium-sized duck. Despite the name, the blue duck is not always blue., The color varies between white, pearl gray, blue and black.

We have created two ponds and enjoy the free life we give them. In the evening, they go in for protection against predators.

The breed has a horizontal body and a full breast, which makes it attractive from a food point of view. The easiest way to tell the difference between males and females is to look at the beak. The males have a light greenish-yellow beak. The females’ beaks are blue-green to black. A male weighs 3 – 4 kg and a female 2.5 – 3.5 kg.

Our ducks help us keep our snails in good condition and are nice when they walk around us curiously.