Spring Tree Farms Rabbitry
rabbit cages
2011 James Beard House
New York
Chef Eric Skokan
of Black Cat restaurant
Boulder, Colorado
Prepared a delictical meal of Rabbit
from Spring Tree Farms Rabbitry

Fresh Rabbit Meat
Healthy Alternative
All Natural Top Quality
Locally Raised
No Hormones or Steroids
FDA certified

Daily Camera
February 23, 2011


"Local Rabbitry Producing Meat for Restaurants and
Home Cooks"

In the Food Section of Lifestyles
Nutritional Information
Rabbit has 795 calories per pound.
Compare: Chicken - 810
Veal      - 840
Turkey  - 1190
Lamb    - 1420
Beef     - 1440
Pork     - 2050
Rabbit has the highest percentage of   
protein.
Rabbit has a lower percentage of fat  
than chicken, turkey, beef or pork with
unsaturated fatty acids at 63% of the
total fatty acids.
The cholesterol level in rabbit meat is
much lower than chicken, turkey, beef &
pork.
Cholesterol Comparisons
cholosterol comparrison, rabbit vs beef vs lamb vs pork
The U.S.D.A. has stated that domestic rabbit meat is the most  nutritious   
meat.
Research shows that rabbit meat has been recommended for special diets
such as - heart disease patients, diets for the elderly, low sodium diets &
weight reduction diets due to it is easily digested. It is also recommended by
doctors for patients who have trouble eating other meats.
californian rabbit

My Rabbits
These top quality New Zeland White and Californian rabbits are of optimum health and
size. Their ideal weight is insured by a closely monitored feeding program designed to
maintain healthy bone to meat ratio, insuring that meat is high quality and well
proportioned
.

                        Dana Gettel                              
7597 N. 67th St.
Longmont, CO 80503
dana@springtreefarmsrabbitry.com   
720-273-4053