Holland Lops
We are currently working on beautiful Blue-Eyed Whites.  
Pictured below are our beautiful BEW & BEW gene carrier upcoming Juniors
Create in me a clean heart, Oh God, and renew a right spirit within me.
Psalm 51:10
RoseLine's Hermes
Tort - Vienna Marked
Hermes was the foundation of our
BEW program.  This sweet fellow
was out of Mountain, Wardlow,
Hamilton's & BFF lines.  Sadly
missed, he has now crossed the
rainbow bridge.
                                          Breeding Blue-Eyed White Holland Lops
The Blue-Eyed White or "Vienna" gene is recessive (vv).  A "normal colored" bunny is dominate (VV).  Therefore,
there are several ways to produce a BEW.  If you bred BEW x BEW, you will get a litter of all BEW (unless
there is a pesky REW gene in there, which could make a REW masking BEW).  If you breed two Vienna Gene
carriers together, you can get Blue-eyed Whites, Blue-eyed White carriers and non-carriers in the litter - just
depends on how the genes fall.  If you breed a BEW x a normal color, you will get a litter of bunnies which all
carry the Blue-eyed White gene.  Even if they don't show any mismarks (white spots or marbling of the eyes)
they definately carry the BEW gene.  This should be noted on the pedigree of any possible carrier.  Please keep
good records and make known on pedigrees any possible BEW carriers.  Most folks who aren't working with the
color don't like surprises popping up!  Breeding BEWs is definately a challenge.  The color hasn't been worked
with as much and it requires patience (and a judge without prejudice!) to have a BEW who can compete against
the torts.  
RoseLine's Moonflower
BEW Jr Doe
RoseLine's Flake x RoseLine's Daizy
RoseLine's Petal
Broken Tort VM Jr Doe
RoseLine's James x RoseLine's Lily
RoseLine's Zero
BEW Jr Buck
RoseLine's Thomas x RoseLine's Snowbelle