Saturday, June 25, 2011

Commercial Rabbit Farming



If you are considering commercial rabbit farming, then you are probably wondering which rabbit products sell the best, and will bring you the most profit, for the least expense. In this article, we look at which products you should focus on, if you want to make money off commercial rabbit production.

Meat Products
Many people struggle with the idea of eating rabbits. However, it’s long been a delicacy in parts of the world even in Malaysia and most of our consumer now start eating it as a healthy meat, and it’s fast gaining popularity in other parts of the area, where it’s low cost, high yield and sustainability are just a few of the driving factors.

If you are looking into commercial rabbit production, then farming rabbits for meat is a great idea, as it is a low cost business to start, requires little in the way of specialized equipment, and can become profitable fast. Here, in Beruas agrofarm we can provide you best quality rabbit breeds included NZ White, Chincillia and Giant Flemish.

Rabbit Wool
Another popular rabbit product that is a good choice for the new commercial farmer is rabbit wool. Angora rabbits are more labor intensive to farm, but their wool sells for a premium price, and since every rabbit can produce wool every three to four months for the duration of their lifetime, it can be a very profitable operation. Buyers in the textile industry buy raw rabbit fur, and then process it themselves.

Rabbit Fur
In recent years, there have been various social outcries about exotic fur trading. However, there remains a demand for fur. Rabbit fur is a by-product of meat rabbit farming, which can bring the commercial rabbit farmer a significant additional income. In Beruasagrofarm we provided you a training to produce quality home made rabbit fur.

As with rabbit wool, the majority of buyers for this type of rabbit product are in the fashion industry.

Waste Products
It is a little known fact, but rabbit faeces and urine are both known to be excellent fertilizers, and if you own and manage a commercial rabbit breeding farm, you can collect these and sell them to other farmers as fertilizers for their crops. As with rabbit fur, this means that even the so-called waste products generated by your business have commercial value.

A Low Cost, High Profit Industry
Because there are so many rabbit products that can be sold commercially, and because setting up and running a commercial rabbitry is a low cost venture, that can be accomplished in a relatively small area, it is becoming more and more common for people around the world to turn their thoughts to rabbits as livestock.

There you have it. Several ideas for profitable rabbit products, that you can start producing with a low outlay, and with less labor than just about any other livestock business out there, and maybe becoming one of our business partner.

Wednesday, June 15, 2011

Last Reservation !

Product: Complete rabbit with head or without head and liver
Appr. Weight per piece: 1.2 – 1.4 Kg
Normal Price : RM38 per kg
Promotion Price : RM28 for 0 - 25 Kilogram
RM26 for 25 - 50 Kilogram
RM24 for 50 - 75 Kilogram

Product : Front quarter part of rabbit
Appr. Weight per piece: 170-200g

Product : Frozen Rabbit Satey
Appr. 12 -14 grams per stick
Normal Price : 1.40 perstick
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Saturday, June 11, 2011

Low Calorie Meat Diet



Organic Beruas Agrofarm Rabbit Meat for low-calorie diet

The basic principles of nursing diabetic diet is a low-calorie diet. The general requirement to control the total calories, a reasonable catering, specific requirements are low in fat, adequate protein and carbohydrates.

Therefore, we should try to eat less high fat foods. Meat, total fat that high, it is generally not in favor of excessive consumption. Specific arrangements for recipes, no matter the circumstances, should be noted that the basic requirements.

The so-called "fish can not eat meat," "eat meat do not eat fat," "eat chickens and ducks do not eat pork, beef and mutton," and also based on this basic spirit.

Because most of the fish to less than beef and mutton fat, fat to lean meat than fat, poultry fat content is relatively less than the pork and beef and mutton.

In recent years, becoming more popular in our consumer. According to modern nutrition analysis: rabbit meat contains protein 21.5%, higher than that of pork, beef, chicken, lamb, fat content of only 3.8%, lower than the pork, mutton, beef; its cholesterol content is also lower than all other meat, it is more suitable for diabetic patients.

Some studies also found that: rabbit inhibit platelet aggregation, prevent thrombosis, protect blood vessels, so we can play a preventive role in atherosclerosis. So, eat rabbit meat, both enhance physical fitness, they will not make people fat, but also the prevention of cardiovascular complications of diabetes.

Wednesday, June 8, 2011

Culinary Rabbit Meat/Daging Arnab



Versatile Culinary Ingredient

The meat from a young rabbit is white and tender, with a mild flavor. A young rabbit, or a fryer, weighs between 1.5 and 3.5 lbs. and is about 3 months old. Chefs use the meat similarly to the meat of young chickens.

Rabbit steaks and chops are served with pasta, rice and sauces. The meat from a mature rabbit is darker and firm, with a stronger flavor. A mature rabbit typically weighs more than 4 lbs. and is about 8 months old.

The meat from older rabbits requires a longer cooking time and is generally used in ways similar to tougher cuts of beef. The meat adds protein to casseroles, meat pies and stir-fry dishes.

Versatile Culinary Ingredient
The meat from a young rabbit is white and tender, with a mild flavor. A young rabbit, or a fryer, weighs between 1.5 and 3.5 lbs. and is about 3 months old. Chefs use the meat similarly to the meat of young chickens. Rabbit steaks and chops are served with pasta, rice and sauces. The meat from a mature rabbit is darker and firm, with a stronger flavor. A mature rabbit typically weighs more than 4 lbs. and is about 8 months old. The meat from older rabbits requires a longer cooking time and is generally used in ways similar to tougher cuts of beef. The meat adds protein to casseroles, meat pies and stir-fry dishes.

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