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Rabbitluver856

11:54AM | 03/02/04
Member Since: 02/28/04
2 lifetime posts
Bvlawn
Hello! im new here, and in need of a Hutch Blueprint. A rabbit hutch. Preferibly for one rabbit but two will be fine. My rabbit is pregnant, and i want to keep on of its babies. So if anyone know's of any website or if you have a blueprint of a RABBIT hutch, please post it on here, or email it to me-

lilbeachbunny46@hotmail.com

Thanks so much

-:- Amanda -:-

James Bell

01:21PM | 05/03/11
Member Since: 05/03/11
1 lifetime posts
please check the following links for free cage and hutch plans:

http://www.rabbitweb.net/hutchsystem3.asp

http://www.buildeazy.com/newplans/rabbit_hutch_introduction.html

http://www.lowchensaustralia.com/diy/rabbit.htm

mamataylor

12:16AM | 05/07/11
Member Since: 05/06/11
1 lifetime posts
Do you have any info on building chicken coops? Bob's "how-to" link is invalid :(
Thanks!

HD0116

01:41PM | 07/05/11
Member Since: 09/20/10
7 lifetime posts
Hi there, try looking at www.chickenhouseplans.net you will find some instructions on a basic coop and some free links and other plans.

Hope that helps!

chesapeakecrafter

11:01PM | 03/14/12
Member Since: 12/08/09
7 lifetime posts
Here are a set of plans for a nice rabbit hutch, including photos to show how to build it each step of teh way:

http://www.chesapeakecrafts.com/rabbit_hutch.php
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