Rabbit and Raising Rabbits, Agricultural Information Bulletin No. 358. 1972. Funds to support the research for and production of the Alternative agriculture Series http://www.ext.nodak.edu/extpubs/alt-ag/rabbit.htm
Extractions: NDSU Extension Service Rabbits are raised world-wide for a variety of reasons. In Europe and Asia they are an important source of food. Rabbits produce white meat that is fine-grained, high in protein, low in fat, highly palatable, low in cholesterol, and that can be substituted for poultry in most recipes. Rabbit carcasses are only 20 percent bone. In the United States rabbits are raised predominantly for nonfood purposes. High quality rabbit skins are used in fur garments and trimmings. Medical and cosmetic research also requires a large number of rabbits each year. Many people raise rabbits for show or as pets. Rabbits are generally classified according to size, weight and type of pelt. Small rabbits weigh about 3-4 pounds at maturity, medium breeds 9-12 pounds, and large breeds 14-16 pounds. The two most popular breeds for meat production are the New Zealand and the Californian. These breeds are most popular because they combine white fur (preferred by processors) and good growth characteristics. New Zealand rabbits are slightly larger than the Californian, 9-13 pounds versus 8-10 pounds. The New Zealand rabbit has a completely white, red or black body, whereas the Californian is white with colored nose, ears and feet. The two most popular rabbits for fur production are the Rex and the American Chinchilla. The Rex is slightly smaller than the American Chinchilla, 7 pounds versus 10 pounds. Fur from the Rex rabbit is unique in that guard hairs and underfur are the same length. The markets for rabbit fur tend to be unstable, so be sure there is a sufficient demand to allow fur to be marketed in a reasonable amount of time.
Livestock And Urban Agriculture About 98% of Hungary s rabbit production is done in small Over 31% of rabbit breeders have 6 to fruit sci.agriculture.poultry alt.sustainable.agriculture http://www.cityfarmer.org/sublivestock.html
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Extractions: As announcements of upcoming events cross my desk, I'll thumbtack them up here. Updated February 22, 2002 A Taste of Urban Agriculture in Havana "So much of the food I love in Canada and eat regularly is sold in American dollars in Cuba and is therefore inaccessible to many Cubans and hard to find for people who do have dollars. Cheese is gold, eggs are diamonds, buns and rice are my sustenance, rum is blood. I realize now in a deeper sense that food does not exist without the people or animals that grow it or gather it, or process it." Posted February 13, 2002
Rabbit Links Category General agriculture Food Rural Research. Commodity alt. North Dakota State University Extension Service; rabbit production Information Mississippi http://www.gov.on.ca/OMAFRA/english/external_links/rabblink.htm
AgriHelp - Meet Your Agriculture Neighbors From Around The World With The Same I Get acquainted with your agriculture neighbors around the world with similar interest's and many of the same problems. interested in products related to agriculture production except heavy machinery out of the meat rabbit business as there is not beans and alfalfa. Bill alt (Bill7302@aol.com) http://www.agrihelp.com/agneighb.htm
Extractions: Each person listed below has provided information about his or her interests and would like to hear from you. We've provided direct email links to each person to make communication a breeze. Neighbors helping neighbors... just as it's always been in agriculture. If you haven't listed yourself as an AgriNeighbor yet, you can do it right now . Your listing in AgriNeighbors will help you make contact with folks around the world who share your interests and concerns. It's and you never know who'll you meet!
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Homesteader's Booklist Straw Revolution An Introduction to Natural Farming. Fukuoka, Masanobu. alt. agriculture. Organic Orcharding Food Preservation. rabbit production. Cheeke. rabbits. Raising a Calf for Beef http://www.blackbirdridge.com/resources/titlelist.html
ANIMAL PRODUCTION Plasma total protein, urea, uric acid, alt, AST, alkaline 1 Animal production Dep., Faculty of agriculture, Suez 2- rabbit and Turkey Breeding Dept., Animal http://www.egsz.org/BiologicalCurrentContent/Zoology/Comparative Physiology/ANIM
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Extractions: Index Home About Search for Google's copy of this article Index Home About Search for Google's copy of this article Newsgroups: sci.environment,sci.agriculture From: B.Hamilton@irl.cri.nz (Bruce Hamilton) Subject: DDT - A 1944 perspective Date: Tue, 16 Jul 1996 08:12:02 GMT [ Posted to both sci.agriculture and sci.environment, but followups set back to sci.environment ] Whilst scavenging around Chemical and Engineering News for an article, " DDT " popped out from an adjacent page. As I read it, I thought some of you might just appreciate some quotes. Please realise that we now have 50 years of experience, and that it's not a scientific paper. It is reporting on a meeting of the National Association of Insecticide and Disinfectant Manufacturers. Enjoy.... NADIM Holds 31st Annual Meeting Harry W.Stenerson, Industrial Chemical and Engineering News v.22 p.2179-2180 (December 25 1944) " Late in 1943 the Army was so anxious to obtain the powerful new insecticide for lice extermination that it flew overseas to a fighting front the first 500 pounds made in a pilot plant here. National production has now readed a monthly rate of 2,000,000 pounds, and insecticide manufacturers are eagerly seeking the means of marketing DDT to civilian consumers in formulations that are nontoxic, safe to use, and effective. .... Three of the major addresses' were devoted to the wartime insecticidal wonder. The toxicology of DDT was discussed by Paul A Neal, senior surgeon and chief of the Industrial Hygiene Laboratory, US Public Health Service, Bethesda. Md. ...... household and industrial insecticides containing DDT were the subject of a paper read by George W.Fiero, chief of the Pharmaceutical, Insecticide, and Cosmetic Unit, Office of Civilian Requirements, Washington. ... Dr Neal rendered a detailed report on experimental work with regard to the toxic effects of DDT on man and animals, the subject of greatest concern at this time to both manufacturer and consumer. In spite of its inherent toxicity , the use of DDT in a 1 to 5 % solution in 10% cyclohexanone with 89-85% aerosol should offer no serious health hazards he stated, when used under conditions as required for its use as an insecticide. ... The use of DDT in concentrations up to 10% in inert powders for dusting clothes ( in lice extermination ) appears to offer no serious hazards because of the relative insolubility of DDT and the large particle size of the dust. Therefore it did not reach the alveolar spaces. A large proportion of the dust is retained in the uppermost sections of the respiratory tract and the remainder is swallowed. The objective of the the investigation was the appraisal of health standards connected with the use of DDT as aerosol, mist, spray and dusting powder...In further tests, two human subjects were exposed to a dispersion of DDT in air prepared by dispersing every 15 minutes 10.4 grams of an aerosol containing 5% DDT, 10% cyclohexane, and 85% Freon in a sealed chamber of 14,750-liter capacity, for one hour daily, on six consecutive days. This test failed to show any subjective or objective manifestations referable to DDT. .... DDT production has skyrocketed from 60,000 pounds, in January 1994 to a current rate of approximately 2,000,000 pounds, Dr Fiero of the CCR told the meeting. The Armed Forces are using DDT rather extensively in malarial sections; hence, he thought, no cutbacks could be expected on V-E day. Entire islands in the war zone are being sprayed with DDT from airplanes. With the exception of small quantities for experimental work, all of the current production is being allocated to the Armed Forces. Fiero stated that preliminary research indicates that DDT, in addition to its effectiveness against body lice, should prove very valuable as a toxicant for household and industrial insecticides. It is apparently effective against roaches, fleas, bedbugs, mosquitoes, ticks, chiggers, ants and carpet beetles. Referring to the contention that DDT is fatal to beneficial insects, the speaker felt that this should not deter its use in nonagricultural insecticides unless it is found to be toxic to humans or pets. " Bruce Hamilton Search for Google's copy of this article Search for Google's copy of this article Search for Google's copy of this article Search for Google's copy of this article ... About
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GREEN EGGS REPORT Poultry Resources; Permaculture Online, the home of alt.permaculture; Impacts Of The Use Of rbGH In Dairy production; or cockerel coop (or even rabbit house) from http://ger.ar.com/ger/sci/agriculture/poultry/content.html
Homesteader's Booklist Chadwick, Janet, How to Live on Almost Nothing and Still Have Plenty, Selfsufficiency. Cheeke, rabbit production, rabbits. Raising Otters and Leeches, alt. http://www.geocities.com/RainForest/Vines/4095/resources/authorlist.html
Extractions: Ball Blue Book Guide to Home Canning and Freezing Food Preservation Brown's Alcohol Motor Fuel Cookbook Alternative Power Candlemaker's Companion Crafts Farm Journal Canning and Freezing CookBook Food Preservation How to salvage wood or lumber Self-sufficiency Living on a Few Acres USDA Yearbook of Agriculture Self-sufficiency Starting Right With Bees Bees The ABC and XYZ of Bee Culture Bees The Complete Book of Prefabs, Kits, and Manufactured Houses Shelter Adrosko, Rita
Homesteader's Booklist agriculture, Sustainable production of FreshMarket Tomatoes With Organic Mulches USDA alt. agriculture, One Straw Revolution An Introduction to Natural Farming, http://www.geocities.com/RainForest/Vines/4095/resources/subjectlist.html
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RABBIT SPECIES Zeitoun*, Faculty of agriculture, Alexandria University Bovine Follicular Fluids, rabbit Sperm, AST, ALTRUMINANT NUTRITION1034 poultry industries. production eciency of cattle is http://www.asas.org/jas/00meet/part21.pdf
Small Stock Husbandry Thoughts on rabbit meat production Future developments and of Nutritional Evaluation of Ingredients for rabbits. eiwitbronnen Uitvoering bestek alt 2001/6 http://www.clo.fgov.be/dvv/Pub_small.htm
Extractions: Piattoni, F. and L. Maertens. 1999. Effect of weaning age and solid feed distribution before weaning on the caecal fermentation pattern of young rabbits. 11. Arbeitstagung über Haltung und Krankheiten der Kaninchen, Pelztiere und Heimtiere. Celle, 19-20 Mai. Ed. Deutsche Vet. Med. Gesellschaft e. V., Gie en, 97-105. (DVV3w)
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Extractions: From email@example.com Fri Sep 8 00:45:11 EDT 1995 Article: 3860 of alt.agriculture.misc Path: bigblue.oit.unc.edu!concert!news-server.ncren.net!news.duke.edu!news.mathworks.com!tank.news.pipex.net!pipex!newsfeed.internetmci.com!uunet!bounce-back From: firstname.lastname@example.org (Ed Bailey) Newsgroups: news.announce.newgroups,news.groups,rec.birds,rec.pets.birds,sci.agriculture,alt.agriculture.misc,misc.rural Subject: 2nd CFV: sci.agriculture.livestock.birds.ratites Followup-To: poster Date: 5 Sep 1995 19:36:55 -0000 Organization: Usenet Volunteer Votetakers Lines: 172 Sender: email@example.com Approved: firstname.lastname@example.org Message-ID: Reply-To: email@example.com NNTP-Posting-Host: rodan.uu.net Archive-Name: sci.agriculture.livestock.birds.ratites Xref: bigblue.oit.unc.edu news.announce.newgroups:6476 news.groups:141596 rec.birds:25138 rec.pets.birds:43092 sci.agriculture:6648 alt.agriculture.misc:3860 misc.rural:20783 SECOND AND FINAL CALL FOR VOTES (2nd of 2) unmoderated group sci.agriculture.livestock.birds.ratites Newsgroups line: sci.agriculture.livestock.birds.ratites Farmyard emus, ostriches, rheas, etc. Votes must be recieved by 23:59 UTC, 11 September 1995. This vote is being conducted by a neutral third party. Voting questions should be directed to Ed Bailey . For questions about the proposed group, contact Kathryn A. Smith