TECKELHUT ACRES - THE TRANS AM RANCH
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A BIT ABOUT US
We are a small scale farm that raises rabbits for meat and for show. We raise five different varieties of rabbits and have show and pet quality rabbits available on occasion. We are always striving to improve our lines of rabbits to the standard of perfection set by the American Rabbit Breeders Association.
Our farm of two acres is nestled at the foot of Long Butte between Bend and Redmond in beautiful Central Oregon. Teckelhut Acres has been in business since 1986.
The Trans Am Ranch
The Trans Am Ranch is home to early Third Generation Pontiac Firebird Trans Ams that we have collected over the years. If you need help with or parts for your Firebird we can assist you with that. The Trans Am Ranch is also home to Central Oregon first replica of the Knight Industries Two Thousand (K.I.T.T.) from the hit TV series "Knight Rider". KITT is available for viewing or rent for events. The Trans Am Ranch has been in business since 2015.
Sussie Marie Due - Owner
Simone Wilton Knight - Co-owner
Phone: 541-408-3574 (call or text)
You may reach us via phone or by clicking either of the email links at the bottom left of this page.
Breeds of Rabbits we have to offer2>
Dutch Rabbits: Dutch rabbits are a step above dwarf rabbits. They mature to between 4 to 5 1/2 pounds. Their destinct markings remind one of a Boston Terrier dog. They have a very laid back easy going personality that makes them a perfect pet for young and old alike. Always curious and easy to train, they are the perfect starter rabbit for a first time rabbit owner.
Holland Lop Rabbits: Who can resist these little fluffy lop earred sweethearts? Holland Lops mature to between 2 and 4 pounds. Though they are perfect for a first time rabbit owner, do keep in mind that grooming is a must due to their long fiber. They tend to be a little on the lazy side but also can be a little temperamental though not prone to bitting like some of the other dwarf breeds.
Polish Rabbits: What can you say bad about this dwarf breed? Nothing. Maturing to between 2 1/2 to 3 1/2 pounds they are the perfect breed for anyone. Non bitters. Even tempered. Easy to train. Low maintainance. Just the sweetest dwarf rabbit there is. The perfect pet or show animal for children.
Satin Rabbits: If you are looking for a dual purpose breed of rabbit. One that you can eat as well as have beautiful soft silky pelts, the Satin is the rabbit for you. Satins mature between 8 and 12 pounds,. They are easy keepers that have large litters and are excellent mothers.
New Zealand Rabbits: The New Zealand has been the "go to" rabbit for years for meat production. Maturing to between 8 and 12 pounds they are easy keepers and breeders. They have large litters and are excellent mothers. I have been in the rabbit breeding business for several years now. I have tried other commercial breeds but none of them could hold a match to the New Zealands when it comes to meat production. That is why I am back into them again.