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The American Rabbit Breeders Association (ARBA) is a national club for domestic rabbit and ... Every five years the ARBA publishes a detailed guide entitled Standard of Perfection. This guide is beneficial to rabbit and cavy (guinea pig) ...

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The ARBA also offers the Standard of Perfection which contains not only detailed descriptions of each recognized rabbit and cavy breed and variety, but also ...

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Published every five years, the Standard of Perfection is the ultimate resource for the breeder/exhibitor. Product 176. *NEW* Rabbit Breeds Poster. $ 12.00.

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Published every five years, the Standard of Perfection is the ultimate resource for the breeder/exhibitor and is a "Must Have" for ARBA Judges and Registrars.

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Published every five years, the Standard of Perfection is the ultimate resource for the rabbit exhibitor. Covers detailed descriptions/standards for all 48 ARBA ...

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The official standards to these varieties were made available as an insert to the ARBA Standard of Perfection in the Nov./Dec. issue of Domestic Rabbits.

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A "Must Have" for ARBA Judges and Registrars. Lists all Breeds and their accepted varieties and colors. By the American Rabbit Breeders Association, 272  ...

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Pictures of every breed recognized by the American Rabbit Breeders Association Standard of Perfection.Breed standards with how breeds are shown and ...

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The A.R.B.A Rabbit Standard of Perfection is published as a guide for the established breeder and the beginner. Descriptions for ideals in rabbits and cavies.