In California, a lot of Latin American / Middle-Eastern customers are willing to take the goat home alive, bound hand and foot in the trunk of the car like a kidnap victim
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Like the spoilt child she is, she will not be happy till she destroys herself from within and breaks your heart.
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bred very fast and Rabbit stew ( Cuban style) is excellent
+ they make great pets for kids
This means that Klaus and Wendy, the kids' own rabbits, are spared from execution but the kids are obliged to understand
that Wendy's cute little offspring are - sad to say - doomed.
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Huh? Are you kidding?mammothboy2 wrote: Goats are absurdly easy to keep, but would there be a market for goat meat here?
For many of the restaurants on the outskirts of PP, Prek Leap, Kien Svay, goat is a big seller. I would imagine that for the amount of goats that these places go through, and the clientele that frequent these places, the market is already sown up.
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for rabbits recently i read somewhere it is forbidden to sell its meat unless proven farm raised, emphasis on "proven" = tons of hassle
frogs is good idea but i hv no clue on how to raise frogs
goats might be workable, i heard goats eat anything green
I believe frogs are easy to rear, the question is plumping them up! Good to be near a swamp, but you can make your own pond. Just have to protect them, they can be eaten by passing birds, etc. Also can escape if floods arrive. Water quality important too, frogs are get sensitive to that.
Goats are ok, but must be walked to different pastures, easy enough. Yes, they exhaust resources, but if they're weeds, that's good! Make sure no one nicks them!
Too hot for some rabbits I saw ... Poor furry animals, panting and staying still ...
Ducks provide bigger eggs, but they can be loud as well. Chicken and quail ok!
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