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Urban livestock

Urban Ag home | Table of contents Figure 12: Urban agriculture can successfully integrate small livestock, such as rabbits or miniature goats. Photo by Edwin Remsberg, © University of Maryland—AGNR Image Library The types of livestock raised in urban areas are constrained by both space and local...

Sales of Poultry and Rabbit Meat in Maryland

As more individuals become interested in producing their own meat from home raised birds and rabbits, questions arise about regulations for marketing those products to Maryland buyers. Please review the following information taken from federal regulations, Maryland Department of Health and Mental...

Wildlife Management: Cottontail Rabbits

Cottontail rabbit
Eastern Cottontail Rabbits are among the most common mammals in Maryland and one of the easiest to manage, This fact sheet explains the characteristics of the cottontail and procedures for managing the species.
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