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Beyond The Pellet: Feeding Rabbits Naturally (The Urban Rabbit Project) (Volume 2) Paperback – November 16, 2013
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I wouldn't personally charge the customer for two "volumes" when they should have been one book together. I say you should have ceased printing the first and made a second edition with the information from beyond the pellet put into backyard meat rabbits and made a normal sized book.
Second, this book doesn't add any knowledge when compared to the internet as a resource and the combined use of common sense. Not to be overly negative folks, I see a lot of people have had a great experience with it, but in my opinion, it is VERY much so geared towards a middle school science project or hobby. Something you would buy your kids who want rabbits and you want them to take some responsibility in figuring out how to take care of them best.
The information in this book is amazing. It gives lots of pointers on introducing fresh foods to the rabbit herd, safe foods to grow or buy, where to get seeds, starter plants and so on.
I highly recommend this book to everyone wanting to feed their rabbits the best possible natural way. And learn about growing foods without the dry technical scientific terminology. This book left me willing to try new ways, did not make me feel like a failure for feeding pellets (for now)