Black with scattered white hairs

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Bunnylovr

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I have a very nice sold black buck, but he has scattered white hairs and a couple white patches, they aren't big, like the size of a fly or smaller. I know the ARBA says that the scattered white hair is a fault, but it doesn't say about the spots, I assume it is a DQ. My question is, should I keep him a brood buck,or should I cull him. Like I said he is one of my best rabbits and it would be a shame if he is making my herd worse than better. Thanks for your help!
 

SableSteel

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What breed and variety? White spots is a DQ and quite often is genetic, so not something you want to breed into your herd.
 
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