Rabbit meat is very nutritious. It’s hard to believe that you can’t find it in most of our local grocery stores. It’s actually healthier than beef, lamb, chicken and pork. It’s higher in protein and lower in cholesterol, fat and sodium. It isn’t difficult to produce high quality chemical-free meat. Raising your rabbits on pellet will cost approximately $1.00 a pound.
Jason White from Plans and Provisions is starting his Rabbitry. We talk about why Rabbits are a good choice for every family. I share some tips to help sell your rabbits and some unexpected rabbit challenges you may face. We also discuss some breeding tips as well as supplementing your pellet costs by growing your own rabbit feed. Thanks for listening!
We sit down with Lisa from The Two Acre Homestead Podcast and discuss some Rabbit questions she received after she launched her “Growing Meat In Your Backyard” episode. We discuss topics like selective breeding for heat tolerance, Line breeding your herd for favorable characteristics as well as bottle feeding baby rabbits. Tap the pic to hear it. Thanks for listening!