Discussion in 'Farming Section' started by gotlost, Mar 8, 2019.
New project. 1 boy 1 girls = ??????
Rabbit pie. Aroi mak mak.
EHHHHHH, crunch crunch, whats up doc ?.
With a single breeding pair, you could finish up with a pen full of 2 headed wabbits.
Are these eating wabbits? Or pets? I was told decades ago Thais will not eat wabbit. Too cute to eat.
Breeding at this time and the eating part is bull shite and thats a fact.
Side note.. A good friend(Brit) in Chiang Mai set up a Wabbit Farm on 3 rai. This operation was first class. His original breeding stock came from the Royal Wabbit Farm at Chiang Mai University. He had fresh wabbit in at the time all 4 Rimping supermarkets and the two Tops markets. He also had a restaurant on a major highway. Half of his customer were Thai. AND most of the bunnies from Ching Mai U were being sent Bangkok to fill their market.
There cute alright, with potatos, carrots, onions and gravy.
GL, my girls are really keen to come to CRU to see your menagerie.
As long as its only the menagerie and not the ménage à trois!
Been there, done that, rather exhausting you know !!!
GL, a rabbit and a cow, excuse while I get my coat.
I was like a kid in a lollie shop.
Now at 4.
He was verified that NUMBER 4 did his job and has been sent home. In about 30 days we should know the outcome.
Took long enough . Born last night. First baby wabbit.
So...you named him Hop-a-Long or ???
Are you sure there is a market for those critters? Some years ago a mate in Khon Kaen starting rearing rabbits. No one would eat them as they were considered too cute. Yep , The same Thais that eat every thing else, including mans best best friend. Mind you the local Wat got over run and then under mined as well by the critters, Strangely enough returning to that Wat only a few months ago. There was hide nor hare of them.
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