RABBITS CHEAPEST TO RAISE Compared With Chickens Points Are In Favor of Rabbits Inexpensive Feed Given. (Prepared by the United States Department Depart-ment of Agriculture.) It costs about 25 cents to raise a rabbit. to the age of three months. At that time it may be marketed at the rate of 35 to 40 cents a pound and the pelts are worth from 15 to 75 cents, depending on the kind of rabbit rab-bit and its size. Oats, cabbage and water compose the basic diet used by most of the young growers. Compared j with chicken raising, the points are I in favor of the rabbit, for the hares ! are very hardy and require inexpen-I inexpen-I sive feed.