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Home  >  Livestock & Pasture  >   Small-Scale Sustainable Rabbit Production (Summary)

Small-Scale Sustainable Rabbit Production



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By Camille Green

Published: December 2012

Updated: n/a

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Introduction

This publication provides an introduction to small-scale rabbit production, focusing on meat rabbits and sustainable rabbit management.

Table of Contents

Introduction
Rabbit Uses
Breeds
Housing
Feeding
Reproduction
Management
Health
Processing
Marketing
Summary
Case Study: Seely's Ark
References
Further Resources
Appendix 1: Sample Budget

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