I’ve been contributing some work recently to an upcoming book, all about Suffolk chefs and their favourite producers. One
This article aims to give a general overview of the current RVHD2 situation in the UK including information for veterinary
I didn't catch the hare; I found it lying by the side of the road after midnight as I drove back from a comedy gig in Bath. I was only 300 metres from home when I saw this soft, golden pile of fur curled up at the bottom of the hedgerow and I hit the brakes sharply.
Recent research from the 2015 Pets at Home Pet Report revealed that rabbits are the third most popular choice of pet for British children* and owning rabbits has proven benefits for them. In the study 72% of parents agreed that owning a pet has helped with their child's anxiety. In fact, rabbit owners in particular (60%) said that their child had become more responsible and 57% of parents also said they had seen an improvement in their children's learning difficulties since getting rabbits.
This week, we called on MPs from all parties to ban snares outright. Britain is one of only five countries left in the EU where snares are completely legal, and frankly it shames us all. Snares are indiscriminate, inhumane, and unnecessary. Banning them is a no-brainer.
This is a pie to be eaten hot on a cold wintery day after the sort of walk that leaves your ears and toes tingling and your hands reaching for the warmth of a log fire. A classic country recipe, it can be made from any mix of game - try venison, pheasant, partridge, pigeon or rabbit. If you're short on game you can bulk it out with some stewing beef.
This makes an impressive starter for a supper party, served with home-made quince jelly or spiced pears and a few elegantly-arranged salad leaves, but it's equally good for lunch with hunks of country bread, cornichons and a big crunchy salad.
A poster campaign that photoshopped a red g-string onto a rabbit has been criticised by animal rights activists for "sexualising
A 30ft bronze statue commemorating Nelson Mandela, has been unveiled in Pretoria - with a curious addition. For nestling
A bunny burglar is being sought by police in Oregon, after a giant Flemish rabbit was stolen from her outdoor hutch. Bonnie