Angora Rabbits are fluffy furballs that you can buy from PoPoultry Ranch for 3,000 G. They produce Angora Fur, which can be processed into Yarn and sold for a high price.
This guide to Angora Rabbits will teach you everything you need to know about breeding them, raising them, and harvesting their fur.
How to Get an Angora Rabbit
There are two ways you can get an Angora Rabbit: buying them directly from PoPoultry or breeding.
Breeding requires you to have an Angora Rabbit already on your farm, so initially you have to buy your first bunny from Lillia.
Purchasing from PoPoultry
All the coop animals, like Chickens and Angora Rabbits, are available at Lillia’s shop in PoPoultry.
PoPoultry is located on the right side of your farm. Lillia will keep the shop open from 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM, except for Sundays and holidays.
Upon entering, you’ll see Lillia at the counter.
Interact with her to open the shop’s menu and select the Angora Rabbit.
You’ll need to have the following before you can buy an Angora Rabbit:
- 3,000 G
- Available space for a new animal in the coop
Along with your new Rabbit, you’ll also need to buy Chicken and Rabbit Feed for 10 G each.
You can alternatively make this feed yourself if you have extra Corn, by placing an ear of corn into the Water Mill beside the Coop.
One ear of Corn will turn into 30 bags of Rabbit Feed.
Once your bunny is comfortable in its new home, you can place the feed into the troughs provided inside the coop.
Rabbit Breeding Kits can also be bought from Lillia’s store for 2,000 G. However, you can’t use it until you’ve upgraded the building to the Big Coop.
The upgrade can be commissioned from Gotts for:
- 5,000 G
- 350 Lumber
- 200 Material Stone
This will let you keep up to 8 animals in the Coop and adds a Breeding Box for your Angora Rabbits.
To use the breeding kit on an Angora Rabbit, equip it from your toolbox and interact with the animal. Make sure that the Rabbit has fully regrown its fur or the Breeding Kit will not work.
After 5-10 days, you’ll have a new Angora Rabbit!
Feeding the pregnant bunny every day before it gives birth will make the pregnancy shorter, and the new baby will have one higher maximum heart level than its parent.
For example, if you used the Breeding Kit on a Rabbit with 5 maximum hearts, the new Angora Rabbit will have a maximum of 6 heart levels.
The baby Angora Rabbit will be fully grown in 15 days when it starts to produce fur. If you feed them daily, they can mature into adults in as little as 10 days.
Taking Care of Angora Rabbits
Angora Rabbits can produce fur every 5 days.
They will continue to regrow their fur even if they haven’t been fed, but taking care of them will increase their friendship level and boost the quality of the Angora Fur you harvest.
You can also unlock better prices by completing certain in-game events, like the Fluffy Festival.
|Fur Quality Guide|
|S Angora Fur||0-3 hearts|
|M Angora Fur||4-7 hearts|
|L Angora Fur||8-10 hearts|
|G Angora Fur||8-10 hearts + winner of the Fluffy Festival|
|P Angora Fur||8-10 hearts + winner of the Fluffy Festival + 1,000 hours outside|
|X Angora Fur||1 in 255 chance from an animal producing P Wool/Fleece|
Doing any of these activities once a day will let you earn +1 FP for each action:
Simply talking to your Angora Rabbit once every day is an effective way to earn their affection.
While you’re dropping by the coop on your daily routine, take a few seconds to interact with each one.
The brush can be bought from Saibara at the Forge for 800 G. Equip the Brush tool and interact with your Angora Rabbit to groom them.
It’s up to you if you want to just drop Chicken and Rabbit Feed in the troughs, or take the time to manually hand-feed each animal inside the Coop.
Hand feeding will let you earn an extra point of friendship, though, which goes a long way toward your relationship level.
If the weather is sunny, you can take your Angora Rabbits outside and let them graze on the farm.
To open the door, ring the bell located on the right side of the Coop.
The bunnies will head out of the coop by themselves and hang out on the farm during the day.
At 8 PM, the bell automatically rings again and they’ll make their way back inside on their own.
Getting Angora Fur + Common Uses
To harvest Angora Fur, you’ll need to use the Clippers to trim them off. The Clippers can be bought from Saibara’s Forge for 1,800 G.
To use the Clippers, equip them from your toolbox and interact with a Rabbit that has fully grown fur.
Selling Angora Fur
The quality of the Angora Fur is dependent on the Rabbit’s heart level.
This is why taking care of your bunnies is important, because higher friendship means a higher selling price.
|Angora Fur Selling Guide|
|S Angora Fur||240 G|
|M Angora Fur||400 G|
|L Angora Fur||720 G|
|G Angora Fur||1,000 G|
|P Angora Fur||1,500 G|
|X Angora Fur||1,800 G|
The prices listed above are for the Normal game mode. If you’ve chosen to play in Simple mode, they’ll sell for a bit more (+20%) gold.
Angora Fur Products
Angora Fur can also be processed into Yarn after you unlock the Maker Machines from Saibara.
Yarn sells for twice as much as raw Angora Fur, so this is definitely a great investment.
But before you can get any Maker Machine, you’ll need to upgrade the Coop to the Big Coop with the help of Gotts. The day after the renovations are complete, you’ll receive a letter in the mail from Saibara about his Maker Machines.
The Yarn will sell at different prices depending on the quality of the Angora Fur used.
|Yarn Selling Guide|
|S Yarn||530 G|
|M Yarn||920 G|
|L Yarn||1,400 G|
|G Yarn||2,000 G|
|P Yarn||2,800 G|
|X Yarn||3,200 G|
Gifting Angora Fur
Below is a table listing all the villagers and Nature Sprites that either love or like receiving Angora Fur as a gift.
|Villager||Birthday||Type of Gift||Friendship/Love Points Earned|
|Gotts||Autumn 2nd||Loved||+9 FP|
|Mugi||Spring 17th||Liked||+3 FP|
|Plum||Spring 4th||Loved||+9 FP|
|Blueberry||Spring 15th||Liked||+3 FP|