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It is important for anyone interested in prepping for our families to be able to produce their own high-quality animal protein. Using his own rabbitry as an example, Eddie from Food For Thought (Nee Wilderness Twins) demonstrates how easy it is to raise your own rabbits for food, even if you don't have much space or live in a city, just as he does. This video shows you what you must look for to make sure your rabbits have actually bred. You must stay observe the entire mating and make sure the buck falls over indicating successful rabbit breeding.

Hi, thanks for the great work you doing.<br>In one off you videos i noticed you hand picked the day old bunnies with your hand. My Doe rejected its bunnies when my sister handpicked them back into their box. How can i prevent such rejection from the Doe?
<p>Thanks! I have a doe and I've been looking for a good buck to breed her and this video is really useful!!</p>
<p>I'm glad it was helpful. Just always remember to take the doe to the buck and you can't go wrong. I have a lot more rabbits care videos on our Food For Thought YouTube Channel</p>
<p>Thanks! I have a doe and I've been looking for a good buck to breed her and this video is really useful!!</p>

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