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With more than 41 keys to rabbit-raising success, this information-rich guide from GRIT has 20 great articles about raising rabbits, either for pets, show or meat. The 100 pages of this guide cover it…
With more than 41 keys to rabbit-raising success, this information-rich guide from GRIT has 20 great articles about raising rabbits, either for pets, show or meat. The 100 pages of this guide cover it all, from raising rabbits to recipes using rabbit meat. You can also enjoy adorable photos, an "ID That Bunny" challenge, and learn where characters such as the Easter Bunny and Peter Cottontail originated.
Read an introduction to rabbit breeds and consider the many beautiful and cuddly, exotic and common varieties. Build do-it-yourself rabbit homes with easy-to-follow rabbit housing plans. Learn the basic bunny diet and use a healthy mixture of pellets, hay and a few treats to keep them happy and strong. Considering making the leap from hobby to business? Then you'll appreciate the great reference from a professional conservation breeder.
There are also delicious recipes that use rabbit meat as the main dish. Learn to broaden your meat horizons with healthful domestic rabbit meat with recipes such as Rabbit Pot Pie, Rabbit Sausage and Pasta, Rabbit Stew, Rabbit Fried with Grapefruit Juice and much more. And discover which breeds are known for their meat, such as the Silver Fox Rabbit and the Belgian Hare.
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As the backyard chicken movement continues to grow, GRIT magazine is pleased to bring readers the fifth edition of GRIT Guide to Backyard Chickens. With 100 pages filled with all things chickens, this…
As the backyard chicken movement continues to grow, GRIT magazine is pleased to bring readers the fifth edition of GRIT Guide to Backyard Chickens. With 100 pages filled with all things chickens, this special guide covers everything you need to know about raising and keeping chickens, whether you live on a 100-acre farm or in a city suburb. There are more than 57 keys to having a healthy, productive flock that you can benefit from - via eggs and meat! - and enjoy.
Nearly 20 articles fill this glossy-paged resource, and they are penned by the top experts in the poultry industry. Whether you are just starting your chicken-raising adventure or are a seasoned chicken farmer, you will find something in this guide worth crowing about, whether it be a tip to keep predators away or instructions on building the perfect chicken tractor. Every reader can find something to benefit from here.
Read proven advice on chicken breed selection, heritage breeds and modern hybrids. Discover how to use your flock to turn over your garden soil and keep pests away. Learn how to build a weatherproof, pest-proof chicken feeder that discourages mold and mice. Facts about other poultry are also covered, with nine facts you didn't know about the humble turkey and how to add waterfowl to your backyard flock.
Also included are delicious recipes that you can enjoy (and know that most or all of the ingredients came from you own backyard). They include Cheesy Egg Casserole, Vanilla Pound Cake, Moroccan Chicken With Eggplant-Zucchini Ragout, Lancaster Country Casserole, and much more.
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