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Old 05-17-2014, 03:11 AM   #21
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My neighbor has rabbits under his shed, he got them out once before. Watch the little cotton tail go under the gate and headed for shed midday!

Next time I see him, will ask if he needs the assistance of my bluetick coonhound and my basset hound, both will get them.
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I raised rabbits for meat and sold some. Once the price of feed went up it cost me over $20 dollars to raise one rabbit big enough to butcher........And I hated the taste of the meat unless it was mixed with pork and made into a sausage. Way back when wild rabbits were cheap..........Less than 10 cents each...............
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