Hutches and Housing
Barns, sheds, garages, or even just a lean-to work great for housing rabbits. Every rabbit needs a place to call home; but for an owner, creating the perfect living space can be a bit of a head ache. How big should a hutch be? What’s the best materials? Is indoors better than out? If you want the best for your rabbit, but you aren’t sure what it is or where to get it then, hopefully this will answer a few of your questions.
Buying the right rabbit cages is an important step to keeping clean, healthy rabbits. Each rabbit needs it’s own wire cage by the time they are 2 months old. The cage should be plenty big enough for them to lay down in and to stand up on their back feet. Cages should measure 36″ x 30″ x 16″ high. I have found that wire cages are by far the easiest and best way to house multiple rabbits. You can just quickly dump the trays and be done! Make sure you clean the cages often with disinfectant.
I have found that either stacked or hanging cages are the most space effective. I use stacked cages, because they seem to take up less room.
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