On average, a New Zealand mother rabbit gives birth to 6-8 litters a year, each litter is about 6-8 children, after more than 3 months of rearing, rabbits reach about 2.5-3 kg/head. In order to facilitate the consumption of meat rabbits, he arranges and arranges for mother rabbits reasonably, spaced apart, avoiding the situation of raising baby rabbits at a time, which is both difficult to care for and difficult to consume.|Although rabbits do not experience many diseases during raising like many other animals, he always pays attention to the food as well as the care and hygiene of the barn to minimize the disease. According to him, rabbits mainly suffer from a number of diseases such as E.coli, coccidiosis and are prone to scabies and fungi… If the disease is not acquired, rabbits will not only slow down but also spread it to the herd. At the same time, the rabbit’s development must be closely monitored by keeping a diary of the day the rabbit was pregnant, the date of birth, the date of separation, and the growth process.|Up to now, the rabbit raising area of his family has reached nearly 300 m2, from the original 20 parents, it has now grown to more than 700 children, of which the parent rabbits are about 100. The consumption of meat rabbits is more convenient than before, restaurants have actively sought to buy, rather than going to each introduction point. On average, each year he sells about 3 tons of rabbits, with an average selling price of 75,000 VND/kg, after deducting expenses for profit of about 150 million VND.