• emu farms

    Farming Emus is a profitable business. They provide good meat as well some essential oils which are accepted cures for many health problems.
  • pheasants farms

    Pheasants are known for their attractive feathers and tail. These birds are also known for their ability to know geographical phenomenons like tsunami and earthquake.
  • emu farming

    Emu farming is a developing business in the Indian scenario. Even in the days of the global financial crisis Emu farming remained unmoved.
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    Fancy Chickens

    Fancy chickens attract all because of their colour. They are the new wave in chicken farming. These fowls adore the yard with their colourful features.
  • geese farms

    Geese are beauties of the yard. They seem similar to ducks. They have strong body and are similar to dogs and Gunie Fowls in protecting the yard from strangers and snakes.
  • fancy chickens farms
    Fancy Chickens

    Fancy chickens are attract all due to their colourful features. They lay around 60 to 100 eggs depending on the verity. 21 to 28 days are required to hatch the eggs.


Rabbit name for herbivorous mammals of the family Leporidae. Rabbits and hares have large front teeth, short tails, and large hind legs and feet adapted for running or jumping. In most, the length of the ears is considerably greater than the width. Although usage varies, the term rabbit generally refers to small, running animals, with relatively short ears and legs, which give birth to blind, naked young, while hare refers to larger, hopping forms, with longer ears and legs, whose young are born furred and open-eyed. They have acute senses of smell and hearing. They feed on a wide variety of vegetation. The male is called a buck and the female is a doe; a young rabbit is a kitten or kit.

Its gestation period is 30 days and there are five to eight young in a litter. A kit (baby rabbit) can be weaned at about 4 to 5 weeks of age. This means in one season a single female rabbit can produce as many as 800 children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren. A doe is ready to breed at about 6 months of age, and a buck at about 7 months. At 10 to 11 days after birth the baby rabbits' eyes will open and they will start eating on their own at around 14 days old.

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Mathew Joseph

Kurisinkal, Muttuchira

Kottayam, Kerala

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