I farm rabbits for pelts and meat. I’ve been wanting to get a snake but I would like to keep the pelts for my pillows and blankets. Would giving a python a skinned animal be okay or do they need that skin and hair? Is there nutrition properties they need in that?

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Feeding skinless animals is OK, in order to ensure that your snake is getting all their nutrients the rabbits should be fed a long-term healthy diet with nutrient rich foods.

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