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Rabbitry FAQ

Rabbitry FAQ

Maintaining our rabbit’s health is very important, so we have a team consisting of our local Vet, Guelph University Rabbit Specialist that has been instrumental in creating a farming plan and barn environment that works. We pride our farm on loving all our animals, our rabbits are raised in a happy barn with lots of enrichment toys, high quality natural feed, natural lighting, fresh air and natural ventilation.

Indigenous Pet Treats work hard to keep a healthy, clean, stress free environment along with regular health check-ups for all the rabbits that are raise as this contributes to the great taste and quality of our meat products.

Yes, our farm provides environmental enrichment and is
environmentally friendly and efficient farming processes.

Our beautiful Canadian forests provide a wide range of economic, social and environmental benefits for individual Canadian in which they live to enjoy healthy lifestyles not only for themselves but for their pets too.

Our forests provide everything we need from her, from the vegetation to the meat that is so healthy and beneficial that it’s a must that we share these natural benefits to our pets too!

People often don’t know if they want to try rabbit, or what to do with it if they did. Rabbit meat is very similar in taste and texture to chicken and can be cooked in all the same ways. Rabbit is actually the healthier choice, with less calories and fat per serving than chicken, and more protein. Swap out the chicken in some of your favourite recipes for rabbit meat, or try some of the ones below and see what you think!

From Home Cooking to Fine Dining, and Even Dessert…..

Smoke it, BBQ, Roasted, Slow Cooker. You have so many options for preparing Rabbit. The key is to cook lean meat slow and on low. Pair it with a nice wine for dinner, the options are endless.

Yes, all of our products are federally inspected.

No. We pride ourselves in our gluten, antibiotic and preservative free snacks for your pets made of the single ingredients of various free ranged animals such as rabbit, beaver and bison.
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