Whether you want to be a successful rabbit breeder and decide to start your own commercial rabbitry or whether you’re just an ordinary person looking for a small furry animal to lighten up your day; your first and most important step to is to make sure that your rabbits are in good hands. This of course means, they need to have a good comfortable shelter.
While raising rabbits for meat is probably not what you had in mind when it comes to making dinner; did you know that meat rabbits provide five benefits that you don’t get with other livestock options? It’s true, raising rabbits can be one of the best food choices that you can make for your home and family. Continue reading to find out why more and more people are beginning to raise rabbits in their backyard as a healthy source of protein for their families.
I’m sure you’ve talked to other people about rabbits and have heard many things about them. Some of these things may be just myths and not actually true. Here are a few rabbit myths …….
Rabbits have some very strange ways of communicating. Their body language can mean different things depending on the situation. Below are some explanations to help you understand what your rabbit may be trying to tell you….