Rabbits

Episode 97: Guns N Bunnies

February 25, 2013
Episode 97

In today’s episode hosts Aaron and Jason share their single biggest mistake on the farm. And what it’s cost them. But they also share the new found joy over when a farm finally becomes productive. It’s the joyous moment when you realize your production levels are are a point of surplus. The hosts also do […]

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Episode 95: ITRH Farm Update & New Project

January 16, 2013
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Hosts Aaron and Jason give an update to the urban farm project and discuss the debut of a huge new project. After two years of gaffs, mistakes, and lots of folly, Aaron and Jason have suddenly reached the completion of the livestock portion of their urban farm. Now they look to the future for perfecting […]

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Episode 84: Urban Farming Update

September 17, 2012
Episode 84: Urban Farming Update

Hosts Aaron and Jason discuss the latest lessons learned from their adventures in Urban Farming. When it comes to matters of self-sufficiency few are as important as being able to feed yourself. Over the last nearly two years Aaron and Jason have endeavored to see what it takes to have a farm in an urban […]

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Episode 51: 1 Year Anniversary

January 16, 2012
Episode 51: 1 Year Anniversary

Host Aaron and Jonathan are joined by Jason and Jeep to discuss lessons learned from the past year and what to expect going forward…

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How To Build a Rabbit Hutch

November 3, 2011

Nearly 8 months ago I embarked on an urban self sufficiency project. While the last few months have been rather quiet, the start was busy. Among the first tasks Jason McConniel and I tackled was building a suspended rabbit hutch complete with automatic watering system. Using a modified version of the plans from Storey’s Guid […]

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Rabbit Health: Keeping Your Bunny Cool

August 4, 2011

Keeping rabbits cool during Summer’s brutal heat can be a challenge. Rabbits don’t possess a natural cooling system like people – they do not sweat. In the wild, they retire to the relative cool of their burrow during the day. Since keeping rabbits outside is the only option for many owners, they are likely to […]

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Review of Storey’s Guide to Raising Rabbits

June 1, 2011

Many readers call Storey’s Guide to Raising Rabbits “the best rabbit book ever!”. But, why? Storey’s Guide to Raising Rabbits is authored by Bob Bennett. Mr. Bennett first became acquainted with rabbits at age 12 when he earned a Boy Scout merit badge for raising them. He has authored six books on the subject of […]

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Episode 15: Self Sufficiency

May 3, 2011
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Hosts Aaron and Jason kick off Phase I of the self sufficiency project. Episode 15 is a basic discussion of building rabbit hutches, the purpose behind the self sufficiency project, and what they are learning about it. Warning, Aaron and Jason have been friends for many years and have a tendancy to get off topic. […]

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Self Sufficiency

April 28, 2011

Among the things I will ramble on about skills, self reliance, and liberty rank in the top few – it’s become an obsession. Lately I have been looking for ways to make my life more resilient to the unpredictable world around us. With food stored, new skills always in the works, and caches spreading I asked myself, “How […]

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