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Agriculture

Rabbit farming

RABBITS GROWING IN A HEALTHY ENVIRONMENT

 

Rabbit
Rabbit

Rabbit farming is growing, Italy, Spain, China and France are the main producing countries. There are currently still some "small" family farms, but most of them are big operations with lots of reproductive does, who share production; rabbit farming is an absorbing, multi-tasking occupation (maintenance, nutrition, reproduction, weaning, cleaning, selling (...).
Like any livestock farming, rabbit farming has to comply with numerous health – and increasingly, environmental – standards.
Rabbits produce lots of droppings with high fertilising value and are used in many types of fertilisation.

For rabbit farms, it is economically beneficial to improve the agronomical value of its effluents in order to use it for fertilisation at the farm, or to sell it. A salubrious atmosphere in the rabbit hutches has a positive impact on the animals, who as a result feel better, catch fewer diseases, and grow better and faster.  SOBAC markets a complex of micro-organisms, developed by Marcel Mézy Technologies, that improves the salubrity of buildings by reducing ammonia emissions and by transforming manure or slurry into humus, a true soil pantry. These technologies form a virtuous circle that improves the entire system by enabling ecologically efficient agriculture.

 

Bactériolit, by quickly transforming organic matter, livestock effluent (manure and slurry), into humus, increases their fertilisation value, and does so for the long term. These are interesting for livestock farmers on many fronts : manure easier to spread thus time savings; reduced leaching; improved salubrity in buildings due to less release of ammonia nitrogen and less smells; the animals spend a healthier time in the stalls resulting in reduced veterinary fees; high-quality plant production.


Bactériosol enables livestock farmers who don't use their effluents or don't have enough of them, to benefit from all the advantages of SOBAC natural fertilisation. Their output regains its nutritional quality, there is a better resistance to drought and diseases, rooting is more extensive, soils are more porous and therefore easier to work, resulting in better water absorption and less leaching
These improvements increase the overall profitability of the farm while complying with existing environmental requirements.

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