TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING / Agriculture / Animal Husbandry PETS / Rabbits, Mice, Hamsters, Guinea Pigs, etc. MEDICAL / Veterinary Medicine / Food Animal
Part of the best-selling series of animal husbandry handbooks, the fifth edition of the most trusted and comprehensive reference on rabbit care, breeding, housing, and health care now features full-color photography and a fresh design.
“Bob Bennett lays out a simple and successful management plan for the beginning breeder of rabbits for meat or show. The most difficult decision will be choosing a breed from among those beautifully photographed in this new edition.” — Gail Damerow, editor of The Backyard Homestead Guide to Raising Farm Animals
“You may catch yourself reading the incredibly helpful foundational information in a sitting or two, because it’s written with wit and humor and just fun to read.” — Karen Patry, author of The Rabbit-Raising Problem Solver
“Whether you are a novice or an experienced breeder, this book is a MUST HAVE in your library. Bob's knowledge and experience will help you.” — George Larue, ARBA Judge and Registrar
“A delightful guide full of important information for everyone who wants to enjoy the companionship of rabbits. Learn from the best.” — Bonny Wagoner, former editor of the Tan Tribune
“A great complete ‘all rabbit topics covered’ resource for rabbit enthusiasts from beginners to seasoned raisers, it’s in here.” --Debbie Vigue, Blackberry Farm Rabbitry, Maine
Bob Bennett is the author of six books on rabbit raising, including Storey’s Guide to Raising Rabbits and Rabbit Housing, as well as numerous magazine and newspaper articles. He has served as the editor of Rabbits magazine, has been a contributing editor to Countryside magazine, and is the founder of Domestic Rabbits and a past director of the American Rabbit Breeders Association. An Air Force veteran, Bennett has a master’s degree from New York University and lives in Vermont, where he has raised rabbits for more than 50 years.