There may still be some barrier to the acceptance of rabbit meat in the first world, where rabbits are often seen as pets, rather than as a food source. However, rabbits are acceptable as a food source for nearly every culture, and there are no religious or social taboos that prevent certain population groups from eating them. Other rabbit products are rabbit skins and angora rabbit fur for the fashion and garment industry.
With so many factors in favor of rabbit farming, it is no wonder that commercial rabbit farming is fast becoming a popular business choice in the third world.
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- Alan B. Stables is a freelance writer on alternative agriculture, has organized several world conferences and has also been a guest speaker in Brazil, China, Egypt, Italy, Latvia and Spain, on how to market agricultural produce for maximum returns.