Looks like an interesting product. This video shows how to humanely dispatch a rabbit for human consumption.
From one of the testimonials on their site:
“I had a litter ready for slaughter this morning and finally got to try out the Wringer: THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU! The way my husband taught me to cull rabbits was to hit them over the back of the head with a hammer and then chop off their heads with a hatchet. I’d like to think I’m a strong woman but with all the missed hits and general pain and suffering I knew I was inflicting on my rabbits, I used to cry like a little baby when it came time to slaughter. But now I can do it all by myself and know that they truly feel no pain. One second they’re alive, next second they’re dead. And the processing station makes it so much easier to clean and dress the rabbits. It’s much more maneuverable than hooks in the hocks.
Thank you so much for inventing two wonderful products; you really are a god-send for me and my rabbits.
Turner Valley, Alberta”