What's the difference between charlie, blue, and broken blue rabbits?
- Anonymous1 decade agoFavorite Answer
The breeds of rabbit that I show don't come in broken or charile but I know what they are. The only difference is color. When a rabbit is blue, then it's entire coat must be one solid slate blue color. If it is a broken blue,then it is a mix of white and slate blue blotches, but there has to be an even mix of the two colors, you don't want one color over dominating the other. A charlie is a broken colored animal who doesn't have enough color on it to meet the standards, and so is not showable. If you don't understand, go here: http://www.thenaturetrail.com/SolidsBrokensCharlie...Source(s): ARBA member
- kuunoitaLv 61 decade ago
A Blue rabbit is all blue, a broken blue is a rabbit with blue patches with white, with at least 10% color(blue) but less than 50%.
A "Charlie" is a broken but has too little color(less than 10%) Also there are "Booted" rabbits which are brokens with too much color, usually these have color all over but the feet are white.Source(s): Breeder of show, pet and meat rabbits for 16 years ARBA member- http://www.arba.net 4H advisor 10 years