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Saakashvili to rear rabbits2011-08-03 20:47
Sakartvelo is ready to implement another crazy idea in the field of agriculture. After the failed undertaking with crocodiles and frogs, local farmers decided to rear rabbits. The furry animals are meant for pleasing the tourists' stomachs. Rabbit meat - that's what the tourists must come to Georgia for, as if lamb meat is not enough for them. But why does the government keep silent, though it suffered in due time because of Mikhail Saakashvili's "rabbit" image? Does not this long-eared initiative imply "Moscow's hand"?
Georgian Ministry of Agriculture is evidently running out of ideas and for that reason, started studying old journalist articles seeking for new bright prospects. Not so long ago, on learning that pigs became another love of Mr. Kvezereli's administration, GeorgiaTimes suggested that Sakartvelo should start rearing rabbits: if it makes no difference to the Georgians, let them propagate the symbol of 2011.
And what do you think?! It is rabbits that local farmers have taken on. Georgia is undergoing a real rabbit boom. Agricultural experts explain this burst of interest by the fact that rabbits "mean not only precious fur but also three or four kilograms of easily digestible meat", which turned out to be very popular among the coming tourists. What strange people! Instead of doing justice to the local cuisine, they are after something that cannot be found in Sakartvelo. If so, they should come here for tolerance and human rights.
Thus, it was suddenly found that Georgia has long been suffering without rabbit meat: supermarkets and restaurants are besieged by the crowds of hungry people longing for the dainty but the growing demand is impossible to satisfy. There is only pork, lamb and beef but there is no rabbit meat for some reason. And then it suddenly dawned upon farmers that the rodents may help knock up a real fortune!
"That is the reason for our farmers' interest in this field, especially that a rabbit farm does not require high costs and brings good profit", - PR manager of the Agricultural Development Group Rusudan Gigashvili explained for the slow-witted.