Money-making venture: Emily Jones learned about selling rabbits through a Purdue Extension entrepreneurship program. She's been selling her furry friends for two years now. (Tom Russo/Daily Reporter)
GREENFIELD — Emily Jones’ furry critters aren’t the only things multiplying like rabbits.
Emily, 13, launched her own business two years ago, raising and selling rabbits for show and meat. With profits on the rise, the Greenfield-Central eighth-grader has been able to reinvest in supplies and save $300 toward her college education.
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