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Rabbit Raising

Description: Report discussing best practices for raising rabbits and common uses of rabbits. Topics discussed rabbit breeds, costs, food, shelter, markets, dressing, and use of rabbits for food. Includes recipes.
Date: 1920
Creator: Dearborn, Ned, 1865-
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

Raising Belgian Hares and Other Rabbits

Description: "The chief purpose of this bulletin is to present information in regard to the breeding and care of rabbits, which are highly esteemed for food. In it are given brief, practical directions which it is believed will suffice both for those who wish to raise the animals chiefly for home consumption and for others who desire to conduct the business on a larger scale and to raise them for market." -- p. 2
Date: 1912
Creator: Lantz, David E. (David Ernest)
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

Commercial rabbit raising.

Description: A guide to raising rabbits commercially, for production of meat, fur, and wool.
Date: October 1971
Creator: Casady, Robert B., 1917-; Sawin, Paul B. (Paul Baldwin), 1900- & Van Dam, J.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

Insufflation studies in rabbits with dusts of uranium compounds

Description: From abstract: "In a large series of rabbits, both the responses exhibited by the animal and the fate of the dose have been observed following the intratracheal insufflation of a soluble (uranyl nitrate) and an insoluble (U30g) compound, large (100mg) and small (5 and 10mg) doses have been given. For comparison, in a third series of tests a large fose of uranyl nitrate was injected intramuscularly."
Date: 1948
Creator: Thompson, Herbert. E. & Steadman, L. T.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department

[Slingshot hunter with rabbit]

Description: Photograph of a hunter holding up a rabbit he bagged with his slingshot. In the image, the hunter wearing winter hunting gear is holding a rabbit in one arm and his sling shot in the other as he goes through snow covered bushes. Photo by: Joe Clark, HBSS. Clark PhotoFile: 6280-44
Date: December 20, 1951
Creator: Clark, Joe
Partner: UNT Libraries Special Collections

Rabbit Production

Description: "This bulletin sets forth the essential principles of rabbit raising and tells how to apply them in practice." -- p. ii. Topics discussed include necessary equipment, different breeds, feeding practices, and breeding practices, and preparing rabbits for market.
Date: 1934
Creator: Ashbrook, F. G. 1892- & Kellogg, Charles E.; 1890-
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department


Description: Stainless steel statue of a rabbit holding a carrot.
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Date: 1986
Creator: Koons, Jeff
Partner: UNT College of Visual Arts + Design

Teratology Studies on Lewisite and Sulfur Mustard Agents: Effects of Sulfur Mustard in Rats and Rabbits

Description: Sulfur mustard (HD) was administered to rats and rabbits by intragastric intubation. Rats were dosed daily from 6 through 15 days of gestation (dg) with 0. 0.5, 1.0 or 2.0 mg of HD/kg; rabbits were dosed with 0, 0.4, 0.6 or 0.8 mg/kg on 6 through 19 dg. Maternal animals were weighed periodically and, at necropsy, were examined for gross lesions of major organs and reproductive performance; live fetuses were weighed and examined for external, internal and skeletal defects. In rats, reductions in body weights were observed in maternal animals and their female fetuses at the lowest administered dose (0.5 mg/kg), but the incidence of fetal malformations was not increased. In rabbits the highest administered dose (0.8 mg/kg) induced maternal mortality and depressed body weight measures but did not affect fetal development. These results suggest that orally administered HD is not teratogenic in rats and rabbits since fetal effects were observed only at dose levels that induced frank maternal toxicity. Estimations of dose ranges for "no observable effects levels" in rats and rabbits, respectively, were: < 0.5 and < 0.4 mg/kg in maternal animals and < 0.5 and > 0.8 mg/kg in their fetuses.
Date: September 30, 1987
Creator: Hackett, P. L.; Rommereim, R. L.; Burton, F. G.; Buschbom, R. L. & Sasser, L . B.
Partner: UNT Libraries Government Documents Department