Welcome to the National American Club

The American rabbit is a rare specimen among rabbit breeds. Listed as critical by the American Livestock Breed Conservancy, the American rabbit’s calm temperment, ample loin and hindquarters, and beautiful coat are responsiple for its draw to a growing number of breeders.

Formed in the Fall of 2009, Breeders of the American Rabbit N.S.C. , holds the charter from the American Rabbit Breeders Association (ARBA) as the national speciality club charged with preserving and promoting the American breed. The purpose of this site is to disseminate information, to allow our members to collaborate, and to recognize the American rabbit breed for all of its many virtues.

A little History

The American Blue rabbit orginally comes from Pasadena , California, developed and introduced by Lewis H. Salisbury in 1917. Like many American people, the American breed rabbit is a combination of immigrants welded together by blood to become a distinctly different and American creation. At least three different breeds of rabbit were used. The American white variety was introduced in 1925

Meet Your Board Members

Jennifer Tiemann


Krista Greeves-Hudgens

Stacie Grange

Vice President

Lisa Fey


Next Steps…

Please bear with us as were are continuing to update the website.