Hops N Lops Farm
Nubian, Saanen and LaMancha Dairy Goats in Harwinton, CT
Over the years we have been involved with several movies, television shows, publications and even Broadway productions with our rabbits and goats. Below are a few of our finished projects.
United Caprine News
Our foundation Saanen The Once in a Blue Moon 1*M EX90 and her eldest daughter GCH Hops N Lops From the Ashes 2*M EX90 we're chosen as the cover of the June 2018 Caprine News article. Thank you to Jeff for choosing our photo!
Register Citizen Article
We moved in Harwinton in July of 2017, a month later we were contacted by the Register Citizen to highlight the farm and owner Grace Toy.
It Comes at Night
In August of 2016 we worked on the film It Comes at Night with two of our goats, "Luna" and "Bella". This film stared Joel Edgerton (Black Mass, Loving), Carmen Ejogo (Selma, Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them), and Golden Globe Nominee Riley Keough (Mad Max: Fury Road, American Honey). We had a blast working with the cast and crew!
The Velveteen Rabbit
In 2016 our rabbit "Peanut" was in the production of The Velveteen Rabbit while on their New York tour stop on Broadway.
November of 2014 we brought animals to a series of sets to film for The Witch film which was released in February 2016 staring Golden Globe Winner Anya Taylor-Joy (The Queen's Gambit, Split). We had a Belgian Hare named "Dizzy" and two goats "Luna and Phoenix" in this flim.
The Chris Gethard Show
with Ellie Kemper
June of 2015 we were invited to bring a few young Velveteen Lops on The Chris Gethard Show in an episode that featured Ellie Kemper (The Office, The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt). They we're part of a feature called the "The Most Positive Three Minutes in TV History".
Domestic Rabbit Magazine Velveteen Lop Highlight
We we're excited and honored to have an inquiry to have our photos used for the January/February 2015 Domestic Rabbit magazine. Hops N Lops Lone Star (REW) and Journey's Home Sweet Pea (Blue Tort) we're highlighted in the article.
The Early Show
In April of 2011 we had the opportunity to bring some of our rabbits on The Today Show filmed in New York City. We brought five rabbits "Abby, Dickens, Morris and Duchess" on the show.