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    dunno, i tihnk corn might work, never fed a rabbit, cud try rabbit food (pellets)b ut i dont know if wild rabbits wud go for that stuff?

    umm lettuce? cabbage , any thing vegtable might do id think
    "Remember the flame, lad, and the void," Tam. wheel of time.

    Concentrate on a single flame and feed all your passions into it-fear, hate, anger-until your mind became empty. Become one with the void,Tam said and you could do anything.

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    " Grapes, berries, red osier dogwoods, fruit trees, young saplings and just about anything that they can sink their teeth into are all favorite foods. Rabbits love to eat anything that is green, but once the green stuff is gone, look out! Any twig or small tree is fair game. "

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    "Remember the flame, lad, and the void," Tam. wheel of time.

    Concentrate on a single flame and feed all your passions into it-fear, hate, anger-until your mind became empty. Become one with the void,Tam said and you could do anything.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VE6WTF View Post
    my mouth is watering...

    When I get the bow setup I just may go out and shoot one
    Try using a judo point. They do an incredible amount of damage. on small game.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lungcutter View Post
    Try using a judo point. They do an incredible amount of damage. on small game.
    Yep, Judo point's
    But your poundage is a little high
    I shootem with my recurve early in the morning walk down a sandy road where you can just see daylight there all over the road for some reason i dont know!
    As for cookin um Grillem with some garlic pepper and meat tenderisor or johnboy & billys grillin sauce!
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    I'll shoot em' all day long...but eat em'?





    I'll just have water, thanks.

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