WARNING: Don’t even think about starting to raise meat rabbits before you read this!
Do you want to eat healthier, keep more hard-earned money in your own pocket and grow organic meat in you own backyard?

Did you ever decide you wanted to start raising your own small livestock like chickens, geese or goats but a little research brought you to the conclusion that it was too difficult, costly and time consuming? I’m here to tell you that I’ve done all the research for you about raising meat rabbits and I know you will not disappointed by just how easy it is.

Food prices are constantly climbing skyward and the production chain seems to be getting worse; but YOU can control all of that by raising your own meat and other food at home.

You’ve considered chickens, geese, goats, pigs, mini-livestock and more, but in the end you find yourself worried that they require too much time, space, money and other know-how in order to successfully raise them to regularly feed your family. Maybe you think hunting is your answer, but wouldn’t it be more reassuring to know that you can just open your back door, pull a rabbit out of the cage and have it ready for cooking a few minutes later? Raising meat rabbits not only will produce a healthy food source for you and your family, but it is also easy and you might even find it fun.

The price of raising chickens, pigs, cows and other livestock continues to rise beacause most of their own food source (corn) is now going into ethanol production. Rabbits eat hay, oats and other grains – nothing used for ethanol. Plus you can grow all of these elements yourself to make your own completely organic rabbit feed. I’ll tell you how it’s done.

Rabbits can also survive on table scraps, lawn clippings and tree branches – people who lived through The Great Depression and in third world countries can confirm it. The ebook contains a full list of safe and toxic foods for rabbits –things that you can find in your own back yard.

The U.S. Agricultural Department expected food prices to have been rising 4 – 5% every year. The average price for one pound of chicken has tripled since 1998 and the average price for beef is also up almost 50% since 1996. Do want to keep giving your money to big business for their sub-par foods grown on factory farms or would you rather keep your cash at home where it belongs? If you grow your food yourself you’ll never have to worry about the next bacterial outbreak that streams through the news headlines because you already know your food source is safe.

Pound-for-pound, rabbit meat has FAR MORE protein and LESS fat than other meats. This means you’ll not only be spending less for food, but you’ll have the extra health benefit too!

Calories, Protein & Fat Values for Meat per 100 grams (3.5 oz)
Calories
Protein
Fat (g)
RABBIT
187
27
8
Beef (lean)
275
25
20
Pork chops (grilled)
340
28
24
Pork leg (roast)
290
27
20
Lamb breast (roast)
398
22
30
Lamb chops (grilled)
368
21
28
Lamb cutlets (grilled)
375
23
31

Venison

200
34
6.5
Chicken
140
26
12
Turkey (roast)
165
28
6

Duck (roast)

330
20
30
Goose (roast)
350
30
25
Pheasant (roast)
250
30
9

Raising Rabbits to Survive is the ultimate reference guide for raising meat rabbits. Years of experience and know-how have been condensed into SEVEN fact-filled chapters which lay it all out there. When I started raising meat rabbits, there were very few places I could consult for information. Expensive manuals told me too much and were primarily focused on breeders of house pets or show rabbits. They didn’t understand my meat breeder mentality. So I created the ebook Raising Rabbits to Survive with YOU in mind.

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 Are you asking yourself the following questions?

  • How do I house rabbits? What do I need to keep them happy and healthy?
  • Is there a particular kind of rabbit I should buy?
  • What do I do if the rabbit gets sick?
  • What do you feed rabbits? Can I grow my own rabbit food?
  • How often do rabbits reproduce? What do I do with the young?
  • What do I do as my main producers start to get older or if they stop producing for some reason? How do I find a replacement rabbit?
  • How do I kill a rabbit and what do I do with all the parts? Can I cure the pelt myself?

All these questions and many more will be answered when you buy Raising Rabbits to Survive today!

What Raising Rabbits to Survive will teach you:
  • What equipment you need to get started
    Cages, nesting boxes, feeders and more. Know exactly what you need before you get started, how much it is going to cost you and what you can make yourself to keep more money in your own pocket
  • How to select the right breed & where to get rabbits
    Learn about 19 common rabbits breeds for meat, which breed will suit your family best, how many rabbits to start out with and where to buy them
  • What health problems your rabbits might develop & how to treat them
    Guide of symptoms, treatment and prevention for the most common rabbit diseases
  • Rabbit feeding basics & how to make your own organic feed
    Understand what is needed from your feed to create the best line of breeding rabbits and find out what it takes to grow all your own rabbit food in your own backyard, allowing you completely control of everything that touches your rabbit’s lips and your own
  • How, when & where to mate your rabbits and when to rebreed
    Learn to look for signs that your does are ready, keep from breeding too early or too often and create the best breeding matches
  • How to prepare for a new litter & what to do if something goes wrong
    Provide the right environment for kits to be born in, keep your doe healthy during and after pregnancy and when to wean the young
  • When to cull your current breeders & select replacement breeders
    Tips for establishing whether current breeders need to be culled and how to select the best rabbits to take their place in the herd
  • How to dispatch rabbits, dress the carcass and preserve the skin
    Make the process as simple, straight forward and humane as possible and learn to take the rabbit from cage to freezer with less than 10 minutes of work

Learn all this and MORE in 81 detail packed pages for just $34.97!! No fluff, no filler – just the facts!

Click on the shopping cart button below to purchase the ebook Raising Rabbits to Survive. After your payment is complete, you will INSTANTLY have access to the ebook, ALL the bonus materials AND, for a limited time only, the ebook What’s for Dinner, Doc?, our cookbook of favorite rabbit meat recipes.

raising meat rabbitsThe 60-Day Money Back Guarantee:

You may have never raised anything in your life but Raising Rabbits to Survive, will provide you with all the information you need in order to get started raising meat rabbits wherever you live. If for some reason you aren’t satisfied with Raising Rabbits to Survive just contact us within 60 days and we will provide you with a full refund. No questions asked.

But WAIT, there’s more!
Also included in my Raising Rabbits to Survive eBook is:

  • The complete start-up costs worksheet
    Buy everything you need to start raising rabbits for about $700 – or learn what you can build yourself and spend less than $400 to get started!
  • The perfect yearly breeding schedule
    With only two does and one buck, you and your family can eat rabbit once a week for an entire year. Our breeding schedules show you when to start, when to expect kits and when to rebreed.
  • A easy-to-follow kit weaning schedule
    Weaning kits gradually from their mother is not only better for the doe but also better for your feed situation. The less feed you need to give bunnies, the more money you save.
  • Easy to read quick reference chart of safe & unsafe food for your rabbits
    Never worry if something you feed your rabbit is going to make it sick or worse – this handy little chart will ensure you know what will keep your rabbits thriving
    PLUS an extra 8-page listing of even more plants, herbs, branches, fruits, vegetables and more that you can your rabbits from your own backyard.
  • Printable breeding hutch cards/journal records for does and bucks
    Keeping good records is essential when you are raising meat rabbits. Use our cards to keep track of all your vital bunny info so you can grow better, bigger and healthier rabbits every year
  • Resources section to help you get started
    From breeder associations to equipment suppliers to DIY plans, this resource section is sure to get you off on the right foot

Just $34.97 will get you all this information at once!! This offer is not available anywhere else.

You still want more??

THEN YOU GOT IT!!!

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Also included is the free bonus eBook What’s for Dinner, Doc?: Eat rabbit meat at least once a week for over a year WITHOUT going CRAZY!!!(a value of $19.97!)One challenge of raising rabbits is trying to find new recipes to keep yourself from getting bored.The ebook What’s for Dinner, Doc? contains over 100 of our favorite rabbit recipes, prepared in a variety of ways. Whether you’re entertaining for a crowd or just spending the night in with your family, this ebook has recipes you’ll fall in love with!Wondering just what sort of recipes we’re talking about? Here’s a few samples:

  • Breakfast: Rabbit Chili Hash with Peppers & Cilantro
  • Appetizers: Buffalo-style Hopping Wings
  • Sandwiches: Rabbit Sandwich Spread
  • Soups, Stews & Chilies: Rabbit Noodle Soup
  • Roasts, Braises & Slow Cooked Oven Meals: Rabbit with Mushrooms & Wine
  • Pasta: Cajun Rabbit Pasta
  • Rabbit & Rice: Scottish Rabbit Curry
  • Casseroles & Meat Pies: Rabbit Pot Pie
  • Grilled Rabbit: Beer-butt Rabbit
  • Fried Rabbit: Heart of Dixie Fried Rabbit
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raising rabbits for meat One of the most common questions I am asked by readers is how they can find rabbit breeders in their area. It’s not always easy to locate breeders because many of them do not have websites and some of them don’t even want to be found by the public.So I decided to put together The Ultimate List of Rabbit Breeders which is yours free when you buy Raising Rabbits to Survive.This ebook is over 100 pagesincluding full contact information for rabbit breeders across the United States. There are even some in Canada and the UK.Once you selected the perfect breed(s) for your rabbitry, just browse to your state in the list and find breeders in your area.There’s currently over 800 breeders! You won’t find a list of rabbit breeders like this one anywhere on the Internet. This is a compilation of many months of research.
You’re wishing there was something about raising rabbits naturally with a homegrown diet?

Done!

Bonus ebook #3: Feeding Rabbits Naturally
Feeding Rabbits Naturally (a value of $19.97) is your guide to learning how to feed your rabbits a diet of something beyond the traditional feed pellets. Your rabbits can benefit greatly from foods you may already be growing from yourself. And many times, you could be feeding them garden waste that you wouldn’t eat yourself.Do you know how a rabbit’s digestive system works? Did you know that it is crucial for a rabbit’s health to have fresh hay to consume on demand? Do you know what protein levels are necessary to maintain healthy growth levels in your rabbits?Feeding Rabbits Naturally is nearly 100 pages which describe the answers to all of these questions and also outlines all the possibilities available for those who have lots of space to grow crops, or even just a few containers to get started with.Learn how to create your own feed recipes from grains you grow yourself or purchase locally. Sample recipes are included!Also included is an extensive list of safe foods for rabbits…as well as things to avoid feeding your rabbits.

  • Grasses & Hays
  • Protein Supplements
  • Herbs (and herbal remedies to maintain healthy rabbits)
  • Vegetables
  • Fruits
  • Twigs
Are you an expert on rabbit health? You don’t have to be when you’ve got this manual nearby!

Bonus ebook #4: The Rabbit Health Manual
The Rabbit Health Manual (valued at $24.97) is a comprehensive rabbit reference guide, over 70 pages long.Every disease and problem your rabbit might come up with will be discussed. Plus you will also learn ways to prevent common diseases, the importance of keeping your rabbitry clean and more.Wondering what medications are safe to give rabbits? Did you know that some antibiotics are toxic to rabbits? The Rabbit Health Manual will tell you exactly what you need to know to get your rabbits healthy again without risking lives.You’ll also learn how to identify what areas of the rabbit you do not want to eat after disease or injury and what diseases make rabbits inedible. Plus find out what diseases can actually pass from rabbits to humans, and vice versa.Some of the diseases covered include:

  • Rhinitis (Snuffles)
  • Coccidiosis
  • Mastitis
  • Conjunctivitis (weepy eye)
  • Rabbit Pox
  • Parasites
  • and many more
Want to raise rabbits for profit? Well then I’ve got one more great bonus for you!
Bonus ebook #5: Rabbit Profits – More Than Just What’s For Dinner
Are you thinking about raising rabbits for profit, and want to make sure that you don’t end up being harassed by the government?Rabbit Profits (retail value of $24.97) will not only tell you the steps you need to take to set up your rabbitry as a real business, but also informs you of US laws which you must take into consideration while running your rabbitry.Are you thinking that the only way to make money from your rabbitry is selling the rabbits themselves or the meat? Think again — there are also other opportunities that you probably haven’t even though of that could help you cover the costs of feeding your rabbits, pay for maintenance and new supplies or even be a nice side income.Be fully informed about what you are doing before you get yourself into trouble — or slapped with a huge fine!

10 Reasons Why You Should Start Raising Rabbits for Meat Today!

  1. Female rabbits can produce up to 1000% of their body weight every year.
  2. Rabbits can be raised indoors or outdoors; in the city or the country; and often require no special licenses like other small livestock.
  3. Rabbits are not high maintenance and you rarely need to raise the young yourself.
  4. Rabbits are so quiet that your neighbors will probably never notice them, even if you live in an apartment building.
  5. One rabbit is just the right amount of meat to feed a family of four so you never need to worry about storing and eating leftovers.
  6. Rabbits taste just like chicken, with very little flavor of their own, so you can use them in all sorts of recipes.
  7. Rabbits are super-high in protein and very low in fat and cholesterol.
  8. Rabbit droppings are excellent as garden fertilizer and worms in your vermicompost will devour them.
  9. Rabbit fur is a great bartering item and keeps you warm in the winter.
  10. Rabbits are easily to butcher and clean. No feather plucking required!
“Anyone can be self-sufficient if they truly want it!!”

Dear Tiffany,

I’ve thought about raising chickens, goats and a few other small animals over the years but I just don’t have the space. After I read Raising Rabbits to Survive, I realized I had been looking at the wrong livestock all along!

I’m still living in an apartment in the city, but now I’m producing my own meat in my living room, growing vegetables on my patio and becoming more self-sufficient than I ever thought was possible in such a small space.

Thank you for opening my eyes to a whole new way of life!!

Anthony Grigsby -- Atlanta, GA
“This ebook helped save my life!”

Dear Tiffany,

My doctor said that if I didn’t change my lifestyle immediately, I was heading for a heart attack that would probably kill me.

He suggested I start a rabbit meat diet but I had trouble finding someone local who was selling rabbit meat. I never considered raising animals for food myself but after finding your website, I thought I would give your ebook a read.

I didn’t get started for months but recent events have gotten me motivated and my wife suggested we finally try raising rabbit ourselves. Everything I needed to know was in the pages of your ebook and we started feeling confident and excited about the adventure.

Our first slaughter wasn’t easy, but your instructions on removing the pelt make it very simple. I kill, my wife cleans, and then we both enjoy the healthy rewards.

Jonathan Turner -- Columbus, OH

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This package is worth nearly $140 if these books where purchased separately. But I want you to be fully informed about all aspects of raising rabbits for meat (and more) when you start your rabbitry!

Click on the shopping cart button below to purchase the book NOW for only $34.97!

After your payment is complete, you will INSTANTLY have access to

  • the ebook Raising Rabbits to Survive!
  • The Ultimate Rabbit Breeders List
  • What’s for Dinner, Doc? cookbook
  • Feeding Rabbits Naturally
  • The Rabbit Health Manual
  • Rabbit Profits — More Than Just Meat
  • ALL the bonus materials

All for just $34.97 — less than $5 per ebook plus tons of extra resources for free!!