Matt McSpadden wrote:Hi S Bengi,
Thank you for the reply. I was looking for animals for food... so I'm not quite sure I'm adventurous (or hungry) enough to consider a dog or cat :)
Rabbits I hadn't thought of.
Do you think that is enough room for a dwarf cow? I read that they prefer to have company, so in a perfect world it would need to support 2?
Not trying to dissuade you in any way, but any animal other than chickens is a pretty substantial jump upward in terms of time, labor, money, and commitment.
Matt McSpadden wrote:@Trace - I also think it is unlikely. Unfortunately she believes they need to be completely gone for 6months or a year to get out of their system. So simply having fewer isn't really an option right now. After the winter, the twins will be older and stronger, and we'll see where we are at.
@Mouse - How do you raise rabbits? I know Daniel Salatin uses cages and pasture. I've seen some people swear by cages only, and other swear that pasture all the time is the way to go.
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