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Is rabbit on the menu at your local restaurants yet?

More and more often I’m coming across articles about local American chefs taking a more European look at food and adding rabbit dishes to their menus. Earlier this month there was a great article about chefs in Asheville, North Carolina, buying locally grown...

What do rabbits eat?

Raising meat rabbits is not all that different from raising a regular pet rabbit. Meat rabbits can be given the same garden waste, vegetable scraps, twigs and so on as pet rabbits and will continue to grow on this diet. But meat rabbits will really thrive when given...

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