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Raising Meat Rabbits

Hi! My name is Tiffany and today I want to talk to you about a few of the many reasons why you should start raising meat rabbits. Raising meat rabbits is becoming an increasingly popular way for individuals and families to have a steady source of healthy meat in their own back yard.

But do you know why raising meat rabbits is so popular? Because it’s just so easy! Rabbits are quiet, they take care of their own young, they’re low maintenance, they convert most of their feed directly to protein and they’re one of the easiest meat animals to dispatch and dress.

100 grams of rabbit meat has 27 grams of protein but only 8 grams of fat and 187 calories. It’s far leaner than any beef, chicken or pork you’ll be able to get and it also contains more protein than most meats. It’s so healthy and lean, that some doctors even prescribe rabbit meat diets to those who are having issues with their weight.

But I can’t start raising rabbits, you’re saying. I live in the city!

That’s ok! Rabbits can usually even be raised in apartment buildings because they are just that quiet. Your neighbors probably won’t even know you have them unless they actually see the cages.

Now before you start coming up with all sorts of additional reasons why you can’t raise rabbits and begin trying to tell me how complicated it’s going to be, let me just say that it’s not. People all over the world, from major metropolises to underdeveloped villages, are raising rabbits for meat. And all of these people are using the exact same techniques. This is not rocket science here. All you need to know if you want to be able to start raising meat rabbits today is what these steps are…

It’s that easy!

I’m sure you’ve heard all about the recent salmonella outbreaks that have been appearing in supermarkets across the United States. This is directly related to the limited number of food processing plants that all meats and produce are filtered through. A chain is only as strong as its weakest link and there is clearly something wrong with the current food chain. But by producing your own homegrown meat and produce, you don’t have to subject yourself or your family to those sorts of health risks. You know exactly what goes into your rabbits and your garden, so you also know exactly what is coming out before it lands on your table. Oh, and did I mention that rabbit poop is a fantastic natural fertilizer?

You might be asking yourself:

  • What kind of breeds should I buy?
  • Where do I find breeders?
  • What diseases do I need to be aware of?
  • How do I mate my rabbits?
  • What sort of meals can I cook with rabbit meat?

The answers to all these questions and many others are right in my newsletter which is absolutely free for the taking. I’ve poured years of personal know how into each email and hundreds of people are already thrilled about all the knowledge they’ve already gained from reading this newsletter. All you need to do is type in your name and email address in the boxes to the right below and click subscribe. I’m sure you’ll be raising healthy, happy meat rabbits in no time.

So what are you waiting for? Go get signed up and stop spending all your time looking for information when you could have it come to directly to you.

Oh, and don’t forget to confirm your subscription or you’ll never get the information you’re seeking. Just for signing up now, you’ll get a free cheat sheet of plants, vegetables and fruits that rabbits can and cannot eat from your garden. It’s just another way to supplement their diet without breaking the bank.

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-- Bryan

"Thank u for the great new update. I am happy my first doe gave birth to 6 bunnies 3wks ago and they are in good shape. Once i get money i will buy the giant ones for meat production.
Keep on updating me!"


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-- Randy