They're good for ... angora! They are fiber rabbits. At least one, the French angora, is a dual purpose rabbit, also for meat. But their coats require work to keep them in shape. A matted coat can lead to sores and sick rabbits. So, unless you're interested in the wool and don't mind the upkeep, don't get them just for meat. I keep the French, and the culls that have bad tempers or less than good fiber go in the freezer. But the primary purpose is fiber.
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