>>19845>>19872>>19892I would also refer you to the Department of Agriculture Handbook No. 309> PDF Relatedhttps://naldc.nal.usda.gov/download/CAT10310129/PDFhttps://www.nrcs.usda.gov/resources/guides-and-instructions/conservation-practice-standards
This Peace Corps link from 1961 is very interesting and applicable also.https://www.nzdl.org/cgi-bin/library?e=d-00000-00---off-0cdl--00-0----0-10-0---0---0direct-10---4-------0-1l--11-en-50---20-about---00-0-1-00-0--4----0-0-11-10-0utfZz-8-10&cl=CL2.3&d=HASH0136d54f5770ecf0ab0e75fa.18>=2
At that link you'll get a feel for how the entire community can become involved, and how raising rabbits for meat can benefit everyone, not to mention how valuable and rewarding the work is — all the products one can make, how nothing is wasted, how to make methane generators for use in gas stoves, even electricity, how to tan the hides and market every part of the rabbits.If we are to survive, even thrive, raising rabbits for meat, fur, hides, garden fertilizer and energy production should become a much more integral part of our society.
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