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    Rabbit Barn + Meat Rabbits

    Rabbit cages, hutches, supplies, runs, and barns. These are rabbits raised for show, breeding, pets, and/or meat. *Meat Rabbit Breeds featured.*


    Rabbit Barn + Meat Rabbits

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    Mr. Fluff the English angora is in quarantine (30 days) on the front porch (far away from the buns inside and on the back porch) so dad built him a temporary play pen so we can open the hutch and let him run around to stretch his legs.

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    Chex just woke up from napping on the newly washed portable grooming station (for rabbits).

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    Campbell my sweet yet shy Californian Buck. Meat Rabbit.

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    RL Rabbitry's Penny wanting more attention and head rubs.

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    Cali the Californian Rabbit Doe. RL Rabbitry

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    Backyard Meat Rabbits / Homestead & Sustainability/ Healthy Food

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    RL Rabbitry's unplanned and unintentional Oops litter (Broken tort Holland Lop doe + Meat mutt buck). 6 healthy kits were born on Dec 12, 2015: 1 tort, 1 broken tort, 2 solid black, and 2 broken black.. The 2 broken black kits are my favorite !!

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    A small section of my outdoor rabbit room setup / RL Rabbitry

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    Campbell (Californian) looked all tough and grumpy (he is actually a shy, sweet boy) until he realized I had a breakfast snack for him. Look at his little mouth!

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    I was just asked by my boss and the head of functions if I would ever be interested to teach a class at work one weekend about rabbits, more specifically raising meat rabbits *I'd start out with a general rabbit care class and ask if people would be interested in learning about raising rabbits for meat and move on from there.. I'm not 100% sure yet. It would be a good way to educate the public about owning rabbits wether as livestock or just as pets, burn down some of the myths

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