This text contains a record of experiments conducted on the estate of the Earl of Wharncliffe, at Wortley Hall in the late-nineteenth-century. This is a book originally intended for the use of landowners, sportsmen, land-agents, farmers, gamekeepers, and allotment holders. It contains a wealth of information on rabbits that will be of value to the aforementioned groups of people, as well as to anyone with an interest in wild rabbits in general. The chapters of this book include: 'The Wild Rabbit', 'The Demand for Rabbits as an Article of Food', 'Weight and Condition of Rabbits in Warrens', 'Causes of Failure of Rabbit-Warrens in the Past', 'Number of Rabbits which one Acre of Grass will Feed', 'How Rabbits Feed', 'Stock Required for Breeding Purposes Per Acre', 'How to Lay out a Warren', etcetera. We are proud to republish this antique text here complete with a new introduction on the subject.