Remove The Cynaide First Before Using It To Feed Your Rabbit 🐰🐇 || Its Very Necessary To Avoid Rabbit Mortality


Hello Hivers 💕💘,

I have always been saying this that nothing is a waste here in my own environment and also in my own farm there are a lot of things that need to be addressed when it comes to agricultural mindsets this is the utilisation of everything you have be it the idea, information knowledge practical solution to several problems which will entrust more novice into the agricultural mindset community. There are times where you are broke but yet you have some animals to feed this is what you can do in this critical time and condition instead of panicking which will affect your attitude your mood and also your animals you can utilise what you have at home or even in your environment.

this is what makes agricultural mindset being a creative community and also knowledge wise. You can take your food waste or mainly your banana peel, your potato peel, your yam peel and so on which is not usable at home to feed your animals most especially your rabbit after fighting some of the Yam that they are getting spoilt due to excessive heat and omission of sunlight. After feeling the yam I gather up the Yam peel and also did a little bit of treatments which I called Peel Treatment. This treatment can be done to yam, Cassava, sweet potato, cocoyam and so on. I know that every one of us will definitely be familiar with this technique which its done within 1 or 2 hours.





  • After gathering up the yam peel into a bowl, I place the ball inside a free air environment. This is absolutely what I mean, you can place it inside a low sun condition as in evening time when you have a little bit of sun shine. After one or two hours I went back there to check them and turn them over and over again. Ready to feed the animals. The essence is to remove the toxic part of the Peel.





Ready to be exposed to the the free environment to reduce the cyanide.


This was after taking it from the atmosphere after 2 hours. It is necessary to do this in order for your animals not to react to what you are about to feed them. it is also necessary for your rabbit to be up to four to six months old before you can administer this type of food to them.




  • The last stage was this using the fermented yam peel to feed the rabbits. It is very succulent and delicious.





When the rabbit consume then you feel the reaction very succulent in chewing.




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I really admire the way you have passion for agriculture, practicing every thing with love. The rabbit are lovely and healthy.

Thanks for sharing I have learnt something that we should nothing is a waste rather look for a way to maximize it.

Wow that's admirable... I didn't know you actually reduce cyanide through what you explained... It's insightful enough.. Thanks