The rapid growth of human population and improvement in per capita consumption continue to widen the gap between the demand and supply of meat. This gap can be bridged only by increasing meat production from different livestock species through improving their genetic makeup together with improved managerial practices. Among the food animals pigs and rabbits are considered as the litter bearing animals which can help to meet the increasing demand for meat. The success and efficiency of rabbit farming largely depends on the reproductive performance of rabbits. Hence this study was taken up to know about suitable management practices need to be adopted to improve the growth and reproductive performance of rabbits. Among various management practices, modifying the environment by different systems of housing seems to improve the growth and reproduction.