A natural and humane winter Rabbit defense?

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Today we use the permaculture principle of observing your land, and we might have learned a natural and humane way to deal with rabbits in the food forest. This method may or may not work, but it MAY and that’s what is important. If it does, it could turn one of the largest cold hardy food forests pests into a tremendous source of fertility and joy.

Can we deal with rabbits by…. feeding them?

What if we could feed them with a plant that we are going to cut back in the spring anyways?

What plant?

Well, you’ll have to watch to find out.

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