Welcome To Wooley Boogers
We are Belinda and Charles
Bryant, and our rabbitry is located in Dallas, NC.
The Way It Was . . .
Once upon a time, several years ago, my
wife and I went to a local park that was having its
annual "Cotton Ginning Days" celebration.
We were enjoying ourselves and minding
our own business when out of the crowd came what was to
be our new friend Tom. He was carrying what appeared to
be a 40-pound cotton ball on his shoulder. Poofer, his
English Angora doe, had done her job!
Dudly was our first step into a new world
that would include some wonderful animals, hard luck,
good luck, long days and nights, much expense, no
profit and some of the smartest and best people we have
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Wooley Boogers Rabbitry has been registered with ARBA
since 1997---number N166
I'm a member of
National Federation of Flemish Giant
National Angora Rabbit Breeders Club
National Lilac Rabbit Club of
Southern Flemish Giant Specialty
North Carolina Rabbit Breeders
Gaston County Rabbit Breeders
. . . The Way It Is Now
Well, it's been about ten years since
that "Cotton Ginning Day" celebration.
A lot has changed in those years.
Belinda came to her senses a few years ago and now only
attends a few local shows with me. She helps me in
the rabbitry when I need it, which is pretty often.
I still love to go to as many shows as I
possibly can. My vacation is planned around ARBA
National Convention and other special shows. I've
still got it pretty bad . . .
I now breed and show three breeds:
Flemish Giants, Lilacs, and English Angora, about as
diverse a mix as you can get.
And one other thing has changed.
Everybody thinks I'm the Wooley Booger now!
This is the first row of Flemish cages.
This row is called the "tiger cages" because they are
made from 5/16 chrome plated steel bars--maybe a little
over-kill even for the Giants.
This is the inside part of the rabbitry.
It's 14 x 46 feet and has 60 to 85 holes depending on
how I use the dividers. I have three 18 inch exhaust
fans in the roof and a 30 inch fan in each end for
ventilation. No heat is needed. This was supposed
to be my paint booth for that "old car hobby" I used to
have . . .