Rabbit breeds come in all shapes, sizes, colors, and personalities, which can make picking the right one overwhelming. The American Rabbit Breeders Association (ARBA) officially recognizes 50 unique breeds, ranging from the playful Californian rabbit to the adorable English Lop. We choose the best meat rabbit breeds.
A cross between a Himalayan and a Chinchilla, the Cal's dense coat allows them to enjoy time indoors and outdoors (including the snow). Although bred for show, the Californian loves to interact with its human family through play and cuddle time. They are one of the best breeds for rabbit meat and growing up to 2 kg in 2 month.
The New Zealand
breed is very popular for meat production. Still today it is used in meat production more than any other single rabbit breed throughout the world.The New Zealand rabbit was created for their excellent fur and meat quality. They grow faster and the fryers are slaughtered at two months of age. The New Zealand White rabbit is the most suitable breed for commercial rabbit farming business.
The Rex rabbit
They are large rabbits, weighing between 3 and 4.5kg.Rex rabbits have a medium build, a solid-looking, rounded body with strong legs, a broad head and upright ears. They are raised primarily for their awsome fur and meat is the byproduct. We grow Rex rabbits as a meat rabbits and pets.
American Chinchilla Rabbit
The American Chinchilla rabbit was developed as a dual purpose rabbit used for meat, and fur. The American Chinchilla is actually listed as critically endangered by the American Livestock Breeds Conservancy and like most rare breeds the only way to save them is to use them for what their original purpose was! As an efficient rabbit for fur and meat! Its body type has a desirable meat style, with a deep loin and broad shoulders.
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