a variety of products from rabbit skins, including those imitating the fur of valuable animals.
Breeding rabbits in home gardens and farms is valuable. At low cost, they get meat and valuable fur from them. Feeding them is cheaper than carnivorous fur-bearing animals (minks, foxes, arctic foxes), the simplicity of care, and relatively fast reproducibility make it possible to obtain a large number of skins and dietary meat in a short time and at minimal cost..
Rabbits are highly fertile and precocious. From one rabbit you can get 30 or more rabbits per year – about 60-70 kg of meat (in live weight) and 25-30 skins, and from rabbit down breeds with offspring about 1 kg of fluff. In terms of volume and assortment, fur products from rabbit skins rank second after sheepskin.
The skins of rabbits of many breeds are used in their natural form, they are also imitated under the fur of a marten, cat, sable, mink and other species. Rabbit leather is suitable for leather goods production. Especially valuable varieties of velor, knitwear are produced from rabbit fluff, and mixed rabbit hair is an indispensable raw material for felt.
Breeds of meat and fur rabbits.
Meat breeds of rabbits.
New Zealand White.
Down breed rabbits.
Arctic fox down rabbits.
Short haired rabbits.
The structure of the skin and hair of a rabbit.
Seasonal and age-related changes in rabbit hairline.
Slaughter rabbits and eat skins.
Primary processing of skins.
Commercial quality skins.
The most common skin defects.
Sorting fur skins.
Dressing rabbit skins.
Change in the structure of the skin and hair in the process of dressing rabbit skins.
The principles of the technological cycle.
The main parameters of the technological cycle.
Fermentation and softening.
Folk recipes for tanning small skins.
Amateur Rabbit Recipes.
Dyeing rabbit skins.
In black color.
Imitation of fur of other fur animals.
Dark brown nutria.
Imitation of chinchilla and gray hare rabbit under dark and light sable.
White rabbit under sable.
Dyeing rabbit skins with wood dyes.
Rabbit in black.
In black and brown colors.
Rabbit in black.
Bleaching rabbit skins.
Reagents for processing rabbit skins.
Cutting and sewing fur products from rabbit skins.
Preparation of skins for cutting.
Cut the skins.
Sophisticated cutting techniques.
Seams used for sewing fur products.
Calculation of patterns and resizing.
Tailoring of products from skins of rabbits.
Coat and short coat from a rabbit.
All-fur hat with ear flaps.
Combined ear flaps.
False ear flaps.
Teenage Eskimo Hat.
Children’s headdress “half-mask”.
Trunks with earflaps.
Women’s hat type “boyar”.
Women’s hats of the type “current” and “on the head”.
Headdress for women such as “boyar”, “hat with brim”.
Women’s hats of the Beret and Kepi type.
Rabbit Fur Hats.
Storage of skins and fur products.
Disinfection of rabbit and fluff skins for infectious diseases.
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