The Rabbit Producers Association consists of representatives from various components of rabbit production coming together to improve the rabbit producing market through common sense practices and ethical standards. Because rabbit production is an important component in helping the average family produce their own meat, the small producer provide extra income for their family and the large scale corporations to operate profitable production facilities, the RPA was organized. Rabbits provide quality, healthy meat, wonderful pelts, amazing fertilizer and many other benefits that can make a substantial positive impact on the world and help overcome many worldwide food production dilemmas.
Rabbit Producers Association is a world-wide organization!
We welcome memberships from:
- Small Rabbit Producers
- Commercial Rabbit Producers
- Gardeners (Utilizing Manure)
- Meat Processing Plants
- Research Facilities (Utilizing Humane Rabbit Research)
- Educational Programs
- Feed Manufacturers
- Rabbit Raising Component Suppliers
- Any Other Rabbit Production Outlets
Rabbits have been an important part of nearly all societies since the beginning of time. They have fed and clothed the people, provided nutrients for their vegetable and fruit production and contributed in countless ways. Because of this, we feel it is not only important, but our responsibility to come together in developing and fine tuning the ethical production of rabbits and all components associated with them in the most responsible manner possible.
Because of the many obstacles that needlessly hinder reasonable production methods, we request active involvement in this organization. Whether you have a small operation with just a couple rabbits or a large facility with thousands of rabbits, we need your help. Get involved and help pave the way not only for ourselves, but future generations in the rabbit production industry!
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The Rabbit Producers Association's mission is to educate the public, empower the small producer, coordinate with the corporate producer, lobby Congress for reasonable regulations and protections and enable the common sense movement of ethical rabbit production. Furthermore, to continually improve production standards, health conditions and production quality through research, education and practical application.
NOTE: The Rabbit Producers Association is not focused on pet or show rabbits. That is primarily the focus of the ARBA. However, because we are also focused on health, optimal breeding practices, etc, the pet and show rabbit community can benefit from our Association.