Prepping for survival is definitely a lifestyle. You live it. There is always something to do. I made the decision about a year ago to raise rabbits for meat. In a disaster when everything’s down you need a meat source. But with that is a daily chore that has to be done.EVERYDAY,rain or shine. When I have litters that means twice a day. After 10 to 12 weeks it’s harvest time, more work. Skinning, butchering, vacuum sealing & labeling. I usually have at least 2 litters at a time with a total of 6 Breeder does. I sell a few to defray the cost of hay & feed. I keep my meat in a 12cu ft chest freezer. In a Grid down situation I have 2 alternate power sources. A 5500 watt generator that I can pretty much power up the house with & 2 large Tractor Trailer Batteries & 1500 watt inverter. I also have 4 15-gallon drums full of stabilized gas stashed for this. So I should be good for quit some time with proper gas management. I also add bargain buys of chicken, ground meat & pork. If I’m lucky I’ll have some deer meat also. I think this will sustain 3 people for a good while..well speaking of rabbits I need to go say hi to my girls so that’s it for now…..