Fe­bru­ary 10, 1917

Country Life Every Week - - Town & Country Notebook -

THERE is a great temp­ta­tion when, say, the car­rots are raised to use up all the tops at once in huge feeds to the an­i­mals, and this will prob­a­bly cause a mild form of poi­son­ing and dis­as­trous re­sults. Rab­bits thrive bet­ter on grass than on any­thing else, as ev­ery hand­ful con­tains that va­ri­ety of plants so nec­es­sary to their well be­ing, and from early in May till the end of July they re­quire lit­tle else.

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