We have set rabbit raising method for our farm in place and never failed. We farm popular breeds for their productivity and relative ease in raising. We choose the cage farming method and raise our breeds in natural conditions. Our rabbits are able to comfortably carry out their natural behaviours to be happy and healthy.
So as rabbits love to eat fresh vegetables we provide the rash herbs the whole year. Rabbits need lots of roughage in the form of hay or straw to help prevent hairballs. We feed hay or straw at least once a week. The environment they are raising in is making quality of our rabbits the EU standard. We guarantee that you will be satisfied once you try our product.
Lower in fat than many other meats, low in lipids (av. = 6g per 100g meat, notably the fillet and thigh joints). A meat rich in quality proteins (around 21g per 100g) it is also lower in calories and sodium than the majority of other meats. An excellent source of vitamins, minerals and trace elements: High in vitamins B3 and B12, phosphorus, potassium and selenium. It contributes to a good balance of vitamins and minerals for daily dietary requirements. A meat with an excellent balance of fatty acids (rabbit is richer in omega 3 than chicken or pork.
Our rabbits are fed with 100% vegetable and cereal origin feed, plus the vitamins and minerals within this feed are GM free (less than 0.9%). This, along with the other intrinsic assets of rabbit meat, assures you of quality and an optimal, secure product.
Rabbit meat helps you to step on with the life.
We deliver our rabbits all around Georgia and have capacity to serve lots of areas.
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Just like people, bunnies enjoy a good meal. A nice mix of hay, vegetables, pellets, as well as fresh water will make your rabbit healthy and happy. Read on for more information about what to feed your pet rabbit.
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Fresh hay should make up the bulk of your rabbit’s diet and needs to be readily available at all times. Adult rabbits can eat timothy, grass, and oat hays, while younger rabbits should be fed alfalfa. Alfalfa should not be giveread more
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