When it came to rabbit meats, California was the best state for eating them, a new study from the University of California, Berkeley showed.
In fact, there are at least 8 states where rabbits are the top-selling meat.
The study also showed that there are fewer than 100,000 people in the United States that eat meat from ranches and ranches are more likely to be located in California, Oregon, Wyoming and Montana, which all have more than 80% of their beef and pork in ranches.
In fact, the study found that people in these states eat the most beef and meat from farms.
And that’s probably because of the way the meat industry works.
The meat industry uses ranches as warehouses, where they store animals for slaughter.
Ranchers typically use fences to protect themselves from predators, and they also keep the animals away from livestock.
But if the animals get loose, they get caught and killed.
This is because the animals can’t be easily tracked back to their home, so they have to be kept in confinement for long periods of time.
“It’s a trap that’s really hard to escape,” said Chris Jankowski, a professor at the University at Albany.
“You’re literally locked into a cage for your entire life, and if you ever break out of that cage, you’re dead.”
But ranches aren’t the only meat producers in the US that have a problem with the animals they raise.
While California is one of the top sources of rabbit meat for Americans, many of its states don’t have any rabbit meat in stores, either.
And while California is an exception to the rule, it doesn’t mean that all ranches need to close.
If you’re interested in learning more about California’s ranches, you can check out the full study here.