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We are proud to offer you delicious rabbit meat, a rarity at the grocery store! And a delicacy at any restaurant! Locally-raised and processed to provide you with fresh rabbit to enjoy!

The Advantages of Rabbits
Rabbits have been raised for meat for centuries, their adaptability to various environments allows them to be raised all over the world. Rabbits are a great source of protein for you and your pets' diets. Rabbits can be cooked in hundreds of ways, and in thousands of recipes. 

How we do it?
We have found that using proven good bucks on our hand-selected does has given us the best product we can offer to our customers and for ourselves. Whether it be their child's next State Champion 4-H rabbit, a homesteader's next investment on replacement stock, or a couple who want to get back to the basics of raising their own organic, natural, and healthy food supply, we are able to pair our customers with the correct animals so as they can get the most out of the animal they are purchasing. ​

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Whole rabbits come in two sizes, "fryers" and "large". 

  • Fryer rabbits are younger, leaner, and more tender. These are perfect for frying in a cast-iron skillet, or marinating and tossing on the grill. 
  • Large whole rabbits are young adult rabbits that have reached a larger size and will easily feed a family of 4 a healthy meal. These are perfect for roasting, frying, or smoking.


  • Fryers: $30/ea
  • Large: $40/ea


  • Two Fryers for $50
  • Four Fryers for $100
  • Two Large for $70
  • Four Large for $130

Specialty Meats

Rabbit Cuts

Whole Rabbit

Why Rabbits?

Rabbit Cuts include the following:

  • Bone-in Saddlebacks (Backbone and backstrap)
  • Tender Loin (Backstrap de-boned)
  • Hind Leg Quarters (Thigh and leg)
  • Front Leg (Rabbit "wings")


  • Saddlebacks: $12 ea (package of 1)
  • Tender Loin: $16 ea (package of 2)
  • Leg Quarters: $15 ea (package of 2)
  • Wings: $10 ea (package of 6)

$5 processing fee

Growing your own food, whether it be livestock, vegetable, or fruit, can be very rewarding. In this world we share, it can be satisfying knowing the food we have raised is all natural, and not full of chemicals and growth hormones

Highly Nutritious
Rabbit meat is relatively low in fat; each 3-ounce serving has 6.8 grams of fat, which accounts for 37 percent of the calories. ... Your meal plan should ideally contain 44 to 78 grams of fat per day, or 20 to 35 percent of your calories. Rabbit meat is low in saturated fat, as well, containing only 2 grams.​

Save Money
Raising your own rabbits, when done effectively and in a timely manner, can save you money at the grocery store! Raw meat and the "leftover" pieces can be fed to your dogs, reducing your dog food costs. Overall, paying less than $2 per pound (about the price of chicken in the grocery store) but with tons of added benefits, including pelts, dog food, etc. 

Space Saving
Rabbits can be raised in relatively small areas as they do well in groups or stackable cages. Ours are raised in groups and small communities to provide mental and emotional stimulation and health. A happy livestock is a healthy livestock. 

Year-Round Food Source
Rabbits can be bred and butchered at any time of the year, depending on your operation. This means, year-round food supply for you and your family. 

Peace of Mind
Rabbits are a growing, sustainable livestock for homesteaders! Grow your own food source, provide nutrition boosts for your pets, and yourself. Make the most of the space you have.