It might be for cultural reasons; like cats, dogs, and guinea pigs, Americans view rabbits more as a pet and less as a food source. That is not to say that Americans do not eat rabbit– there are indeed people that raise rabbits for food and furs.
Yes, raising rabbits for food is quite common amongst homesteaders in the U.S. Rabbits are quite prolific and easy to raise, and so are an efficient way to provide lean meat for the table.
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