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The cost of raising the young rabbits will vary with the location and amount of food purchased. Six cents a pound is often set down as an average. Many breeders claim that they get their rabbits to market size for several cents less per pound, and if they have a garden doubtless they do, as much of the food eaten by the animals can be raised at home. It has been estimated that the cost of maintaining a mature rabbit for a year when all the food must be purchased is about one dollar. The majority of amateur rabbit keep ers have a little land'and expect to feed their animals largely on garden stuff, in winter as well as in summer, carrots, parsnips and other vegetables which can be stored for winter use being grown.