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Frequently Asked Questions
What services do you offer?
I offer all-natural, preservative-free dog and cat treats and provide whole or ground rabbits as an addition to your pet’s diet. For the garden, I sell rabbit manure (fertilizer) as well as seasonal plants. I also offer consultations on building rabbit habitats, breeding, and general care.
Why did you choose to raise rabbits?
Rabbits are a very sustainable meat source. Not only do they provide healthy nutrition, but they also provide excellent fertilizer for the garden. All of their parts are useful so nothing goes to waste and they are relatively easy to care for, breed quickly, noiseless, and mostly stink-free. Rabbits are also a joy to watch when living colony style.
Are rabbit furs ok for dogs to eat?
Yes! Not only do they provide a chewing outlet, but they also contain vitamins and minerals as well as roughage/fiber. Some people also claim they help to reduce intestinal parasites.
What kind of rabbits do you have?
My rabbits are a New Zealand/(Standard) Rex mix.
What do your rabbits eat?
My rabbits are free-feed Organic pellets and a mix of Timothy and Orchard hay. I also give them a variety of pesticide-free seasonal greens from my garden.
Do you enjoy killing rabbits?
No. It is the hardest thing for me about raising meat rabbits, but I strongly believe in giving my rabbits a happy life and a quick, stress-free death. Instead of shoving them in a cage and sending them off to a butcher, I efficiently and humanely dispatch them in mere moments so that they experience minimal distress.