The hardest part of all this is the fact that they are friendly, sweet and cute. How am I going to eat the bunnies? I have a hard time raising anything to eat it, but I am getting better. At first, I could not eat the pork raised here and now I can. The lamb is better than the store bought because it is strictly grass fed. The rabbits are primarily grass fed too, except for right now. They are getting a little grain, not much, to supplement them in winter. In the wild, rabbits would not eat grain in any quantity, just the odd seeds here and there. I feed them hay and it has leaves, weeds, some twigs and grass in it and should supply all they need to remain healthy. I have put off breeding the rabbits because I am not sure I can go through with butchering their babies, yet, from a point of sustainability, it is a wiser thing to do than to buy a cow. I do enjoy the rabbits and do not plan to eat these three, but what happens when they are old? Geeeeeeee.