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2011 In Reflection

2011 was a busy year for The Rare Hare Barn.  We started out by finishing up the rehab and therapy on my leg, which I decided to break in 2010, just for kicks.  Who knew the doctor wasn’t kidding when … Continue reading

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The Great Canadian Hare Lift, 2011

So, you might remember that early last year, we sent some American Chinchilla rabbits to a rabbit friend in Canada. It was quite an adventure, but the rabbits arrived at their destination safe and sound and only a trifle jet-lagged.  … Continue reading

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Rare Hare Air Lift 2010

* This post was originaly posted on my blogspot blog, which died a terrible screaming death in August of last year.  I’m reposting it here because there is actually a part two to this story wich will be up later this … Continue reading

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Rabbit Recipe: Rabbit Pot Pie

This was a recipe I found in a magazine a while back, that is actually a recipe for a chicken pot pie, but as you might imagine, we don’t eat a lot of chicken in this house.  Many chicken recipes … Continue reading

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Salsiccia di Coniglio al Aceto

(a.k.a. Rabbit Sausage with Vinegar) I love cookbooks.  I love recipes.  I have more cookbooks and recipes than I could realistically ever use in my lifetime, and still one of my favorite places in the world is the cookbook section … Continue reading

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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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