Rabbits are a wonderful animal to raise as a pet or as part of the livestock on a farm. They are a great starter animal for children who participate in 4-H or other rabbit shows. This book will detail information on raising animals in both urban and rural situations, breed types, housing and food requirements, and general health care for the rabbit. The book will help you determine what rabbit breed will best suit your needs and inform you of what you need to know to keep your rabbit happy and healthy. Advice on showing your rabbit will also be included.
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About the Author
Samantha Johnson has been raising rabbits since she was 11 years old. A freelance writer who is a certified horse judge and works on the family horse breeding farm, Samantha wrote the books The Field Guide to Rabbits and How To Raise Horses.
Daniel Johnson specializes in equine photography, but he also enjoys photographing many other subjects, such as dogs, farm animals, gardens, and rural life. His images are found in magazines, books, greeting cards, and calendars nationwide. Dan also manages the family owned horse farm and oversees the breeding, training, and showing of their horses. Two of his books include The World's Greatest Horse Poster Book and How To Raise Horses. Daniel lives near Phelps, Wisconsin.