STX MEGAFORCE 3000 SERIES WITH "PATENT PENDING - COWL AIR INDUCTION COOLING SYSTEM" - 3000 WATT "PEAK OUTPUT POWER" - 3 SPEED - ELECTRIC MEAT GRINDER - 3 "STAINLESS STEEL" CUTTING BLADES - 3 "HARDENED STEEL" GRINDING PLATES - 1 "BEANER PLATE" (SAUSAGE STUFFING PLATE) - KUBBE ATTACHMENT - SET OF 3 SAUSAGE STUFFING TUBES, STX INTERNATIONAL (for grinding meat and bones for dog and cat food -- http://www.catnutrition.org/pictorial.html )

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Raising rabbits for profit by Carrie Peterson. How to breed and raise meat rabbits to make a little extra money.

New Zealand Rabbit Colors

is raising meat rabbits worth it

The cost of raising one lb of beef is supose to equal to 6 lbs of rabbit. If your rabbit is producing, you can adv. up to 32 bunnies a year (I have read). Quality of meat, easy of raising in urban area, low cost upkeep, small area needed, no regulations on a local level on most cases. This is why I have 3 does and 2 bucks, NZ giants & Calif Whites. Have them in a 10x10 shed, individual cages, clean area, and easy to maintain.

meat rabbits | Backwoods Mama: Raising Meat Rabbits

Californian rabbit breed - known as the second best breed for meat (NewZealand being the #1 meat breed)

Why Raising Meat Rabbits Just Makes Sense | Hostile Hare

Basic tips for raising meat rabbits

Food Source :) Domestic rabbits are an easy-to-raise, reliable meat animal that's ready for table use in about 90 days.

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black lab puppy

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We grew some grass for our indoor cat. We think she likes it. ~ What an inexpensive, appealing & cheerful result from very little effort, & large enough to sprawl-out ! ! ! Great idea; I give it a 10! ;)

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I spy Mr Licks by Mr 76, via Flickr

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cat tower DIY-- You could definitely make it look cuter than this but using old tables is a good idea!

That's a whole lotta dogs...

17 Foods You Should Never Let Your Pets Eat: Bread Dough, Grapes & Raisins, Gum, Chocolate, Raw Eggs, Onions & Garlic, Corn on the Cob (mostly the cob), mushrooms, alcohol, avocado, caffeine, macadamia nuts, hops, moldy foods, milk, stone fruit pits, natural bones