In 1946 the National Specialist Clubs agreed with
the British Rabbit Council that it was desirable that
standards should be changed at the most, every five
years. The past 77 years has proved the wisdom of
Fifty years ago instead of publishing the Breed Standards
each year in the Year Book, a single standard book
was first issued to cover the third period of five
This is the12th publishing of the Standard Book,
covering the period of 2011-2016.
Not included are Breed Standards for a number of
breeds, which are probably not bred at the present
time. These include the Beaver, the Nutria, Silver
Glavcot and Silver Seal. These standards are still
in existence and are available from the Association.
BRC Governing Body.
If you wish to purchase a copy of the Breed Standards
2011-2016 that includes photographs, please go to our
shop. If you wish
to look up individual breeds without purchasing the
whole book, please use the links below. Each breed has
been separated from the book for your personal use.
Breeds which are mentioned singularly i.e. Angora have
there own Breed Club catering for the breed. Where Breeds
marked (R.V.) are all grouped in the Rare Varieties