Raising rabbits is a valuable addition to almost any household. They are quiet, easy to breed and manage, and do not require much space or input. We raise them mainly for the lean, delicious meat, but they also provide a valuable manure and, of course, fur.
For more information on housing, breeding and feeding rabbits, click here.
To complete this project, you'll need the following:
- Several freshly skinned rabbit furs
- 1 cup battery acid
- 2lbs salt (without iodine)
- 2 gallons of hot water
- Neat's Foot Oil
- Scissors, marker, measuring tape
- Needle and thread and/or sewing machine