Raising Rabbits is an activity that many Southern Cameroonians & Africans can engage in during this time of war. A rabbit can produce about 30 kittens in a year, and it takes only 10 months to reach maturity. Rabbits can be sold at good prices. This activity is not expensive to start, and does not require a lot of space. This week on Amba Farmers Voice, we shall be talking about how people can raise rabbits and most importantly, how to prevent the common diseases that affect rabbits. By following simple techniques many diseases can be prevented

Raising Rabbits can be a good activity for our Refugees in G1, Ghana and people in G1. For those who might be interested in raising rabbits, what kinds of housing does a rabbit require? What kinds of food do rabbits eat? What kinds of diseases affect rabbits? What do people need to do to be successful rabbit farmers?