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The advantages of rabbit farming.
i) Rabbits are highly prolific and a good female can produce 25 to 30 kits (young ones) per year. 

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ii) Rabbits are the best producers of wool on per kg body weight basis. They require 30 % less digestible energy to produce one kg of wool as compared to sheep. 


iii) Rabbit wool is 6 – 8 times warmer than the contemporary sheep wool. 
 It can be mixed with silk, polyester, rayon, nylon, sheep wool and other fibres to make good quality handlooms as well as hand knitted apparels.

iv) Rabbits consume a large amount of forage from diverse origins and hence, can be reared on roughages with very less quantity of costly concentrate feed. 


v) Rabbits can be reared in small groups (upto 50 nos.) in the kitchen garden / backyard of farmer's house with kitchen waste as feed. Family labour is adequate to take care of labour requirements of the unit. 
vi) Initial investment cost is low. 

vii) Quick returns i.e. within six months after the establishment of farm. 

viii) Income generation at quarterly interval makes the repayment easy. 

ix) Apart from providing wool, rabbits also provide income from sale of kits, meat, pelt and manure. 

x) Residual feed, together with rabbit manure is highly suitable for 
vermicompost which in turn provides excellent manure for fertilising the agriculture fields. 


xi) Rabbit meat is rich in poly unsaturated fatty acids and is categorized as white meat.