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•   Print Length: 62 pages
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Do you know that rabbits can also be a good source of additional income? Yes, these furry pets can actually be sold and supply you with money.  If you know all these then you might think to make money by starting a rabbit farm.

WARNING: Don’t even think about starting to raise rabbits or continuing until after you have read this message…

How would you like to start raising rabbits “the right way” and completely BYPASS hundreds of hours of frustration and wasted time that many newbies beginning their rabbit project experience?

Dear Friend and Fellow Rabbit Enthusiast,

Since you are reading this message I will assume that you have already made the big decision or are in the process of making the big decision to begin your rabbit project. Or maybe you already have purchased some rabbits and are looking for more information on how to successfully care for them and expand your rabbitry. Either way, if you are anything like me when I was sitting in your position many years ago, while you are most likely feeling excited you are also feeling a bit OVERWHELMED and maybe even a tad bit confused.

The Good News is that raising rabbits can actually be pretty simple and inexpensive, once you have acquired the right knowledge and skills that the project requires. Unfortunately I do have some bad news… while raising rabbits can be fairly easy and inexpensive once you know what you doing many times it can literally take years of dedication and thousands of dollars out of your pocket to get to that point.
I’m not sure if you have heard my story or not but the truth of the matter is… I wasn’t always the “Rabbit Guru” or “The Rabbit Master” that people tell me I am today. In fact, I actually started out with absolutely no personal knowledge and a single californian rabbit trio that to my surprise I barely was able to find within a hundred mile radius of my house in Agbado Ogun State.

Although I was thankfully enough able to find breeding stock rabbits from a breeder located in Alagbado Kola Bus-Stop Lagos, honestly for the next couple years I didn’t really know what I was doing. To prove my point I literally started out my rabbit project with three rabbits that I didn’t know anything about. Luckily enough I guessed right on the rabbit breed that I purchased because I honestly didn’t know much about the different rabbit breeds at the time. Also I was fortunate enough that the breeder that sold me my first rabbits picked me out a couple descent quality rabbits because quite frankly at the time I wouldn’t have known the difference between a “Bad Quality Rabbit” and an “Excellent Quality Rabbit”, other rabbit raisers that I have met unfortunately haven’t always got lucky with being sold good rabbits.

Purchasing my rabbits was just the beginning of the many struggles I encountered… it literally took hundreds of hours and a substantial monetary investment to even begin getting good results with my rabbits. The first year I didn’t have any bunnies born for sale that I had been so excited to do. To be honest… it literally took about 1 year of hard work and dedication before I received any substantial positive results from my rabbitry.

The Good News is… once I finally began to develop a good “system” for my rabbitry… things began to change rapidly.
Instead of losing bunnies all the time due to unnatural causes and having to worry about whether or not I would be able to properly take care of, house, and sell my rabbits…

I finally began to successfully grow my rabbitry!

Today I am happy to announce that I have a productive herd of a couple hundred rabbits at my farm “New Zealand Rabbits -meat rabbit bloodline” that I developed is in the process of being expanded all across the state and country by the rabbit enthusiasts that have purchased rabbits from me over the years.

So my question for you today is…
How would you like to BYPASS hundreds of hours of frustration and wasted time that many newbies beginning their rabbit project have experienced including myself?

Even better… Would you like to get your hands on the tips, tricks and techniques that successful rabbit breeders like myself use to grow their rabbitries, care for their rabbits and sell them on demand?
If you answered YES, to the question above I might just have some REALLY GOOD NEWS for you… Recently I have taken the time to assemble a lot of the information that I have learned over the years through personal experience about raising rabbits into a neat 60 page  eBook titled: COMPLETE GUIDE TO COMMERCIAL RABBIT FARMING IN NIGERIA

COMPLETE GUIDE TO COMMERCIAL RABBIT FARMING IN NIGERIA is jammed pack with information which will help you successfully begin “raising rabbits the right way” and hopefully help you bypass the majority of the costly failures and frustrations that myself and other breeders have experienced when trying to get started. If you are interested in getting your hands on this one of a kind rabbit book that I wrote up with the purpose of helping out fellow rabbit enthusiasts like yourself you can learn more below…

HOW TO START RABBIT FARMING
You can get started, without the costly items the so-called experts say you should have, with N25,000 one can kick-off with one male and four females depending on the age, weight and specie. They are reared in cages with galvanised wire mesh floor which costs N16,000to N20,000, therefore with N45,000 one is already in business.

Get started with a good foundation stock. Beware of fly-by-night sellers and find a reputable breeder to get your rabbits. A good foundation can make a huge difference in your production. And always be skeptical of the seller. Physically inspect the parents as they are an indication of what the offspring will become.
A good way to start small is by getting 1 buck and 1 to 2 does. This will allow you to start your breeding on a small scale and learn the basics. Later you may want to add another buck from a different line (this has both advantages and disadvantages) and a few more does. You will then be able to keep the best quality young and breed them order to maintain optimal results. Having 2 bucks also protects your breeding program if one of your bucks dies; giving you time to raise another while still using your remaining bucks for breeding.
Just be sure that if you are just starting out, start small. Making mistakes on a small scale is much better than making them on a large scale. As you learn the ropes, grow your rabbitry. And no matter how much you study on the subject, you will always be making improvements.
Also, make sure you are getting your information from qualified producers. Everyone is willing to give free information, whether accurate or not. And especially with the Internet, anyone can claim to be an expert while sitting behind the keyboard. Unfortunately even many veterinarians are lacking correct information on raising rabbits and may give inaccurate advice to their clients. When finding a vet, make sure they know and understand rabbits. And ask people who have the same goals as you. Raising a rabbit for show is completely different than raising a rabbit for meat production. And even those raising rabbits for meat production vary dramatically from the casual breeder who is more interested in the hobby of raising rabbits to the serious breeder who is trying to maximize their results and get the most meat out of every penny spent, while maintaining good, healthy lives for their rabbits. Find those who have been raising rabbits and learned through experience and association with others in the business. Getting correct information at the beginning of your endeavor will save money, headaches and time. It can make all the difference between a very rewarding experience and a less-than-optimal experience.
Breeding
After they are born, many recommend rebreeding the does after 2 to 3 weeks. If bred 2 weeks after kindling, wean the young at 4 weeks.
Does will reduce milk production at 3 weeks we use this aggressive (and expert supported) technique and breed the does 2 to 3 weeks after kindling (depending on the condition of the doe). With this breeding program we then wean at 4 weeks. This breeding schedule is between 7 to 8 litters a year. The schedule you'll follow is something you'll need to decide for yourself.
However quickly you rebreed your does after kindling will obviously determine how many litters a year you get. The following shows the number of litters per year you'll get based upon how quickly you breed after kindling:
•   42 days after kindle = 5 litters/year
•   35 days after kindle = 5.5 litters/year
•   28 days after kindle = 6 litters/year
FEEDING
After the rains there is usually an abundance of wild herbs and weeds that rabbits will enjoy but ensure at all times that your rabbits have a varied diet of roughage and greens.
Concentrates (rabbit pellets or rabbit mash) should be fed twice a day as follows:

 * 0 - 16th week after weaning give 65 - 100 g/day

 * Pregnant does give 225 g/day/doe

 * Active Buck give 90 - 100 g/day






15 FEMALES 5 MALES PLAN
The females should be group into five each per group with (code) Batch 5A, Batch 5B, & Batch 5C.
The males in just a group with (code) (5) Males
RABBIT CODE NAMES
5 Males: (5) Males
15 Females: Batch 5A, Batch 5B, & Batch 5C
IF WE USE 2013 CALENDAR YEAR FOR PRODUCTION PLAN
JANUARY 1
Batch 5A female rabbits breeds (mate) with (5) Males
JANUARY 5
Batch 5B female rabbits breeds (mate) with (5) Males
JANUARY 10
Batch 5C female rabbits breeds (mate) with (5) Males

DELIVERY BIRTH DATES
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PROFITABILITY
With 15 female rabbits and 5 male for startup start
I8You are sure of having up to 525 rabbits in one year if they mature for reproduction between the ages of 8weeks, 5month and 6months. I was lucky to have my fist rabbits as a gift from a friend that wanted me to explore the business.
A health rabbit costs between
COST OF OUR LIVE RABBIT (YOUNG AND ADULT)
8-10weeks N1,800 - N2,000
5-7month old N3, 500 – N4, 000

Few people are into it production. So, in about a year you will be talking of an income of about N960.000 and more, since reproduction take place every month. You must have put the uncertainties associated with the pets into consideration while doing your calculation, so as not to over-estimate
I’ve already explained to you exactly how this comprehensive guide can help you - it’ll teach you the knowledge I wish I knew when I first started out to raise rabbit - saving you both time and money!
I’ve given you all the information that you need to make an informed decision and I’ve made sure that I’ve included absolutely everything that I can to help you.
Now it’s time for you to make a decision, take action and avoid making costly mistakes!

Our 71 pages E-book will run you through questions you need to consider before starting a rabbit farm

Product Details
•   Print Length: 62 pages
•   Publisher: Farm Business Setup Venture (June  4, 2016)
•   Publication Date:  Last edited ( (June  4, 2016)
•   Language: English
•   PDF to Word Wise: Enabled


COMPLETE GUIDE TO COMMERCIAL RABBIT FARMING IN NIGERIA
CONTENTS
CHAPTER 1
HOW TO START RABBIT FARMING
What Breed?
Rabbit Breeding Guide
Rabbit Rearing Business
Benefits from raising rabbits

CHAPTER 2
TYPES OF BREEDS  
Fancy and fur breeds
Meat breeds
Available giant rabbit on Nigeria


CHAPTER 3
SELECTING YOUR ANIMALS: BREEDING STOCK  
Health
Sex
Risks

CHAPTER 4
SEXING RABBITS (RABBIT GENDER DETERMINATION)
Some basic dos and do nots when handling and sexing rabbits for the first time
How to sex rabbits - is your rabbit a male (buck) or a female (doe)?
Some basics
Viewing a male rabbit
Viewing a female rabbit


CHAPTER 5
BREEDING  
Forced Breeding
Palpating
Nesting Box & Birth
False Pregnancy
Re-Breeding

CHAPTER 6
HOUSING: THE INDIVIDUAL HUTCHES
Rabbit housing requirements
Rabbit housing dimensions
A favorable microclimate
Predators
Doors, hinges and feeding troughs
Sizes of hutches
Hygiene and building materials

CHAPTER 7
WHAT FEED TO GIVE?
The average intake of an animal per day
Water requirements
Feed
A self-mix rabbit feed formula
Rabbit feed formulation and processing
Pelleting rabbit feed
Protein % Recommendations
Growth rates of rabbits
Some practical remarks

CHAPTER 8
HEALTH

CHAPTER 9
RECORD KEEPING
Identification methods
The record-book
The calendar

CHAPTER 10
ONE YEAR PRODUCTION PLAN FOR (15) FEMALES AND (5) MALES
Cost of housing 30 compartments and 15 nesting boxes
Feeder
Drinker
Cost of 6-7 months rabbits ready for reproduction 15 females and 5 males
15 Females 5 males plan
Delivery birth dates
Weaning (kindling and mother care) for 8weeks
Rest period after kindling and mother care
Profit projection form (15) females and (5) males (will be 525 Young/Adult Rabbit or more in 12months under good management)
Cost of feeding adult rabbit for seven (7) months
Cost of feeding young rabbit for eight (Cool weeks
Cost of live rabbit (young and adult)
Financial analysis
HAY IS VERY ECONOMICAL AND WILL FEED YOUR RABBIT FOR QUITE A WHILE (HOW)
GLOSSARY

Bonus
Step by Step pictures 20 Ways to construct Rabbit cages

Our guide will run you through questions you need to consider before starting a rabbit farm. It will also give you a basic idea on what to expect when operating and managing your rabbit business.

Our ebook can help you establish the clear vision and goals you will need to guide your new agricultural venture. It will help you identify and assess personal motivations, business and farming skills, and available resources. It will help you clarify values. The goal of Our ebook is to help you decide whether starting an agricultural business is right for you, and-based on that decision-to help you plan practical next steps.


Product Details
•   Print Length: 62 pages
•   Publisher: Farm Business Setup Venture (January   4, 2017)
•   Publication Date:  Last edited (January   4, 2017)
•   Language: English
•   PDF to Word Wise: Enabled



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« Reply #2 on: January 06, 2016, 05:29:53 AM »

TRAINING!TRAINING!TRAINING!

We have 100 rabbit hutches producing low-fat and sustainable meat. For breeding stock we have 12 does and 5bucks.

Our production plan
We produce 50 rabbit monthly

Training
This one day training educates trainees on the benefits of rabbit farming – how to make money and how to improve health. Topics:
•   How rabbit meat contributes to food security
•   How healthy is rabbit meat?
•   Livelihoods
•   How to raise rabbits
•   Selling to a market
•   Disease management
•   Hands on practical’s e.g. mucking out, feeding, carrying etc.

Our training courses develop practical skills and understanding through ‘learning by doing’ with underpinning knowledge. A series of one-day courses are offered at Farm Business Demonstration Farm in Agbado.

Time/Duration
A day 8:30am -3:30pm

Course fees   
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