[Sca-cooks] Rabbit meat source

Saint Phlip phlip at 99main.com
Sat Jan 20 17:01:34 PST 2007

If you look around, you might be able to find a small producer who can
supply you with all you need. Rabbits breed like, well, rabbits, and
if you give a small producer warning, they can breed up enough for
your feast. You often, too, can have the choice of whether they're
live, freshly dressed, or frozen. That's what I did for Ras' feast-
except we got them live and butchered them ourselves- and I have the
scar to prove it ;-)

Check wih your local county extension office- they'll often know about
small producers in your area.

On 1/20/07, Aldyth at aol.com <Aldyth at aol.com> wrote:
> In a message dated 1/20/2007 5:32:59 P.M. Mountain Standard Time,
> hollyvandenberg at hotmail.com writes:
> I'm sure  there are others.  You can even narrow it down by geographical
> area.  There might be somebody lose enough that you don't have to  bother
> with shipping.
> Thanks so much.  There are two suppliers in Colorado that I  checked, and
> they have the $6 per pound.  It would currently cost me more  to drive down than
> for them to ship.  And I have asked a couple of the  retailers if they will
> give special deals to non profits.  Wyoming doesn't  seem to do rabbits.
> Buffalo, venison, pheasant, but bunny foo foo is  safe.
> Aldyth
> If it is not  any fun, stop doing it. Find something that is fun, and start
> doing it. Life is  too short not to have fun.
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Saint Phlip

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