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Doors should be big enough to allow nest boxes through.

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Once the material gets deep, you dig it all out and start fresh.

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For bedding, add clean, dry straw or unbleached and shredded paper to the floor of the hutch. . The area available, resources available, and your grand plan will determine how you.

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I use an outdoor hutch for my rabbits. 34. .

Meat rabbits are typically raised in. .

After week ten, the rabbit eats more and grows much more slowly.

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We building rabbit cages for breeding does that are large and spacious. Youll need a 30x30 (minimum) cage per breeding age rabbit (commercial meat breeds) plus one cage per doe to be used as a grow out pen for.

1. Jan 3, 2019 Make sure your cages allow for your bunnies to stretch out, take a hop or two and to stand up on their hind feet.

New rabbits should be quarantined for 30 days.
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If you are thinking of a standard meat rabbit breed, I recommend 48"long x30"deep x18"tall cages for each doe- this space allows for a nest box and still gives the mom and kits a bit of space.

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. Jan 27, 2020 Sheds do well with a deep litter system, where you keep adding dry material to the top layer of the flooring. New posts New media New media comments Latest activity.

. I have always had happy, healthy rabbits. 8. . Jan 3, 2019 Make sure your cages allow for your bunnies to stretch out, take a hop or two and to stand up on their hind feet.

There are a multitude of ways to set up a rabbit colony, but all must.

Provide clean, dry, and well-ventilated housing for your rabbits. 1.

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Dec 9, 2022 Rabbits will chew a blanket or bed, so it&39;s better to provide an especially deep and snuggly pile of straw within a box or hide.

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This means you will need a larger breed so it will be a decent size by the 8-week mark.