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New Rabbit Shelter (Pics) - Homesteading Today - i like the system.. would make it easy to move into a garden

New Rabbit Shelter (Pics) - Homesteading Today - i like the system.. would make it easy to move into a garden

Improvements: bury the barrel up to 6 inches from top, fill the barrel halfway with dirt and straw. Create multiple short tunnels leading in and between the barrels then lightly fill each with dirt so that the does can dig around and feel like they are creating their own nests. Cover the tops of each barrel with a removable rabbit friendly flower bed so that it looks and feels like a real warren.

Improvements: bury the barrel up to 6 inches from top, fill the barrel halfway with dirt and straw. Create multiple short tunnels leading in and between the barrels then lightly fill each with dirt so that the does can dig around and feel like they are creating their own nests. Cover the tops of each barrel with a removable rabbit friendly flower bed so that it looks and feels like a real warren.

the ultimate rabbitry - old camper made over into a rabbit tractor with gravity fed watering system, solar vents and waste collection!

the ultimate rabbitry - old camper made over into a rabbit tractor with gravity fed watering system, solar vents and waste collection!

Colony Raising Rabbits 101. This family raises their rabbits with the bucks and does together. Lots of other great tips here. #rabbits

Colony Raising Rabbits: How To Get Started

Colony Raising Rabbits 101. This family raises their rabbits with the bucks and does together. Lots of other great tips here. #rabbits

We have kept our rabbits in colonies for some time, with generally good results.  This page discusses those experiences.

We have kept our rabbits in colonies for some time, with generally good results. This page discusses those experiences.

Rabbit dwellings.  These are incredible.   They are an awesome compromise between hutches and a colony style setup

Rabbit dwellings. These are incredible. They are an awesome compromise between hutches and a colony style setup

Each hole is 24x24 The cages themselves hang from the PVC which allows the sides to extend further from the walls of the cages. The pans are made from wood, covered in a heavy gauge plastic to protect them. They are a single pan per level to keep rabbits from peeing in between trays onto rabbits below. They are attached by drawer slides. To clean them I just pull out the "drawer" lift out puppy pads, wipe down the plastic, replace the puppy pads or incontinence pads.

Each hole is 24x24 The cages themselves hang from the PVC which allows the sides to extend further from the walls of the cages. The pans are made from wood, covered in a heavy gauge plastic to protect them. They are a single pan per level to keep rabbits from peeing in between trays onto rabbits below. They are attached by drawer slides. To clean them I just pull out the "drawer" lift out puppy pads, wipe down the plastic, replace the puppy pads or incontinence pads.

What are we going to feed the meat rabbit / http://theelliotthomestead.com/2013/02/what-are-we-going-to-feed-the-meat-rabbits/

What are we going to feed the meat rabbits

What are we going to feed the meat rabbit / http://theelliotthomestead.com/2013/02/what-are-we-going-to-feed-the-meat-rabbits/

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