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    Megan Anderson, farm manager at Unity College, prepares to put Josi, a silver fox rabbit back into a cage in the livestock barn. The college has two rabbits it uses for breeding and the litters are used to teach students how to do wellness checks on small animals.

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    A silver fox rabbit rests in its cage in the livestock barn.

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    Anderson cuts the nails on Paisley, a silver fox rabbit. She raises rabbits at her own farm and sells some of her litters as meat rabbits.

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    Geordi Hall, a junior in the Captive Wildlife Care and Education program at Unity College, hoses out rabbit cages outside the livestock barn. The college breeds two rabbits and uses the litters in classes. After the classes, some of the rabbits are sold for their meat.

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    Anderson checks the teeth on Josi, a 3-year-old silver fox rabbit, after cutting the animal's nails.

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