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Hare breeding

 
Tokunbo Popoola
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i know this is probably english wild hare or something but is there any meat breeds that have meat that looks like that in the video it's really dark meat

http://youtu.be/4_6UNspDHwA?t=46s
 
Tiffani Nute
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The one wild rabbit I've prepared was dark just like that - funny tasting meat compared to our home raised rabbits.
 
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Tiffani Nute wrote:The one wild rabbit I've prepared was dark just like that - funny tasting meat compared to our home raised rabbits.


thanks for getting back to me.. and yeah but id love a darker breed like that.. since most of the rabbits ive got.. it's a goal to get them in the tractor.. and fatten up on as much grass as they can eat with some adding stuff form the garden mostly carrot tops, and weeds. plus i love the way that meat looked so dark..


sometimes i look at rabbit meat and i get the feeling it's kinda like people who only eat chicken breast.. the way they have been breed. skinless, chicken breast types.. which has the least flavor of the whole thing
 
Tiffani Nute
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Ah, you are most welcome I couldn't help but say something about such rich looking meat! We raise primarily NZ rabbits and there meat is very much like a light chicken meat, which we enjoy but we also raise quail for rick, dark meat. It would be a a neat endeavor for a rabbitry to be able to offer both dark rabbit meat and light rabbit meat to discerning palates. Thank you for posting the video!
 
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Tiffani Nute wrote:Ah, you are most welcome I couldn't help but say something about such rich looking meat! We raise primarily NZ rabbits and there meat is very much like a light chicken meat, which we enjoy but we also raise quail for rick, dark meat. It would be a a neat endeavor for a rabbitry to be able to offer both dark rabbit meat and light rabbit meat to discerning palates. Thank you for posting the video!



no problem..

most of the food.. even the current breeds are breed to be these flavorless meats.. or super lean.. or kinda just gross. it's like when you taste deer for the first time.. or a quailty grass feed stake. or REAL butter.. it's like things loss flavor for some reason and i look at that and im like.. i wanna breed THAT HAre lol cos it looks yummy
 
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