Either one would help the situation in Sweden, which is severly overpopulated with rabbits due to owners setting their pets free. However, it might be impractical to prepare the rabbit meat after they are killed, since the government is just trying to get rid of them as efficiently as possible. Also, not everyone wants to eat rabbit, but everyone needs fuel to heat their homes. After the animals are killed, most of the carcass can be ground up with wood or peat and burned; this uses more of the animal than just eating it would. The solution is not without critics, of course, among them the Society for the Protection of Wild Rabbits.
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