North Korea Seeks Giant Rabbits for Meat Production to Alleviate Food Shortage

North Korea Seeks Giant Rabbits for Meat Production to Alleviate Food Shortage

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Karl Szmolinsky has been given a contract by North Korea to supply giant rabbits to help to boost meat production in the reclusive Communist country, which is suffering severe food shortages. The only problem is that such huge rabbits consume vast quantities of food themselves as they grow.

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Szmolinsky, from Eberswalde, in the east of Germany, was contacted by the North Korean Embassy in Berlin in October after Robert attracted press coverage. “They want to boost meat production. They’ve arranged for me to go to Pyongyang in April to advise them on setting up a breeding farm,” Szmolinsky, who is 68 next month, told The Times.

He breeds German gray giants, which are among the world’s biggest rabbits, and sells his annual crop of 60 to 80 to other breeders in Germany. He said that an attaché at the embassy came to his home and asked to see his rabbits. The diplomat was so impressed that he placed an order for eight females and four males, which were shipped to North Korea a few weeks later.

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One thought on “North Korea Seeks Giant Rabbits for Meat Production to Alleviate Food Shortage

  1. DIANA

    YAH WHY WOULD YOU HAVE A PICTURE OF THE POOR RABBIT ON THIS SITE.
    NEVER EVER HOLD A RABBIT THIS WAY AS IT HURTS THEM AND IT CAN BREAK THEIR NECK.
    YUCKIIIIIIIIII

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