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Rabbits are a staple in much of the world as they are a vital part of a traditional diet. Seasonally, rabbits reside in our portable “rabbitats” and are one part of our silvopasture system. Rabbits are herbivores that graze on grasses, our understory of forbs, and leafy weeds. They re-ingest their own droppings (rather than chewing the cud as cows do) to digest their food further and extract nutrients. Their manure improves our soil structure and moisture retention contributing to the life cycle of soil microorganisms. When not on their seasonal pastures, rabbits are vital to keeping our vermiculture systems thriving.

We raise Rex Rabbits as livestock for their meat to bone ratio, velvety pelt, conservation grazing, traditional foods knowledge, sale, and farm fertility. Fully grown, a Rex weighs between 8-10 pounds, has a relatively calm temperament, and comes a wide variety of colors.

All our livestock have access to protective shelters with clean bedding, fresh food and water each day.