Ridin' The Range
- Jan 3, 2019
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- southern Indiana
They are in a set-up similar to hanging wire cages. I'm thinking of posting about my hutches when I get a new one built. Chickens could definitely get to the rabbit poop but.... we dont have any chickens right now I want some laying hens really bad thoughAre your rabbits in hutches or hanging wire cages? In a barn or in the open? Reason I ask is because chickens can do a great job of composting for you. They will eat dropped Feed, fly larva, scratch and keep it turned. Dig it out as needed and put on the garden.
If in a barn, you can add on a chicken coop. If in outdoor hutches, run a fence around them and connect to the coop.