RABBITS for meat, with a twist

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RABBITS for meat, with a twist

Post by egg-centric » Wed Apr 27, 2016 6:28 pm

G. Williams, I would be happy to! I am all for not wasting. I have put the word out around here that I will take deadstock but no one has called me yet.
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Post by scottishpet » Fri Feb 09, 2018 12:17 pm

love this thread as feeding raw is something I am looking at right now and have been reading about adding rabbits to the plan for the dog...though I do enjoy rabbit myself. :iheartpto:
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Post by ross » Fri Feb 09, 2018 12:33 pm

Just remember when feeding dogs raw if critter has any decease you are feeding directly to your pet . I fed some meat to my hounds but boiled first. My hounds were raised on this from birth . When I worked at a Zoo all our big cats ate raw horse , turkey or beef . Fresh killed . Luck
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Post by Epona » Sat Feb 10, 2018 7:36 pm

I've never deboned or crushed the bone in a raw chicken carcasses that we feed to the dogs. Haven't ever had a problem w the dogs. Always understood that uncooked chicken bones would not damage as the cooked ones will. Every time I see a discussion on this topic, I have to admit I rethink the chicken bone debate.
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