Monthly Archives: January 2011

Year of the Rabbit recipes

The Chinese New Year rings in on February 3rd.  The Year of the Rabbit promises to be a kinder, gentler year than the outgoing Year of the Tiger, and personally I’m all for that.  There are many things about the … Continue reading

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Setting Up Your Rabbit Barn, Part 1

Setting Up Your Rabbit Barn, Part 1 The Big Questions Starting out with a rabbit venture is one of the most exciting things you can do.  The idea of providing fresh, wholesome meat for your family or a project for … Continue reading

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Conservation by Consumption

* This post was originally published on our first blog, in June of 2009, but it is still relevant today!  Conservation by Consumption At first, to talk about eating a “rare” breed of anything sounds counterintuitive. After all, if there … Continue reading

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Data Entry

Data entry has become a bit of a nightmare around here. As the number of working rabbits has increased, so has the information we need and want to keep track of on each rabbit. As many of you may know … Continue reading

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Welcome to From the Range

Welcome to the new/improved From the Range blog.  New because I moved over from Blogspot, Improved because this blog will be updated regularly.  Promise.  Girl Scouts Honor.  No, really. You may have wandered over here from our website, The Rare … Continue reading

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