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CTA. 1993. Raising rabbits. Spore 47. CTA, Wageningen, The Netherlands.
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The rabbit project manual: A trainer's manual for meat rabbit project development by S D Lukefahr 1992
Contrary to the popular belief concerning the fecundity of rabbits, in captivity they are not necessarily easy to raise. Special skills and experience are necessary for continuous production and successful farmers seem to have a 'knack' for raising rabbits. The purpose of the 'rabbit project manual' is to help the trainer achieve self-confidence in conducting training courses in meat rabbit production and to help course participants develop a viable rabbit farming business. It contains basic information on sustainable rabbit farming and the role of the rabbit as a food source and a complementary farm component. It has been written in the form of 'Instructional modules' for lesson preparation and is intended to be a supplement to the trainer's experience in raising meat rabbits. Following each module, sample lesson activities are provided. A trainer's manual for meat rabbit project development by S D Lukefahr 1992 103pp Heifer Project International PO Box 808, Little Rock AR 72203, USA
SubjectsANIMAL PRODUCTION AND HEALTH;
- CTA Spore (English)