Thanks for that. I just drove past a farm with "rabbits for sale" sign by the road. I'm gonna head in there next week looking for manure.Most definitely, and it makes a great mulch at the same time. During veg you can also use the urine as an insecticide due to the high potassium and other good stuff. You can look up various dilution recipes online.
Rabbits are definitely not what I expected, they're ridiculously cute (especially when yawning), low smell, low noise, low mess (with a good system in place), moderate to low maint, and the largest expense is cages and gear. A good breeding pair should be a decent chunk of change for healthy genetics.
Mine are for meat, fur, npk, bone char and laughs. Very social animals.
Wondering why most organic growers do not keep rabbits. Even a couple pet rabbits produce plenty of urine/manure for a small grow.
Be kind, make sure you do a lot of research from breeder sources because a lot of pet owner info will kill your rabbit. Oops.