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Last Post by Beka27 at 5/21/2012 1:49 AM (6 Replies)
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User is Offline Lauri&Chanel
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5/20/2012 3:00 PM
Hey guys! So if you saw my most recent post, i was asking for cage ideas. So we came up with a idea! They are going to be free range buns! And will never be locked up ever AGAIN! So if they don't have a cage where are we going to put the hay rack? Any hay rack ideas? If worst comes to worst we prob will have to just put hay in their litter box. The problem with that is it gets gross when they pee and poop on it. And the hay also gets really gross and stinky,so it ends up being a waste of hay! Please help!

User is Offline Rachel D.
Kansas (US)
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5/20/2012 3:25 PM

I use an inverted frisbee for one bunny's hay. The other bunny uses an empty Energizer Battery box from Sam's Club. It has three high sides which keeps her from making a mess by pushing hay everywhere, yet one side is low so she can stick her head in there to eat. The box isn't big enough for her to actually get inside. Good luck!


User is Offline mocha200
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5/20/2012 3:29 PM
I didn't see your last post but about the free range. Since rabbits are prey animals they feel most safe in a place that they can call their own. Some rabbits when taking them away from a cage become agressive as they try to protect themselves. I totaly agree with haveing a free range bunny (i have free range bunnies aswell) but maybe consider haveing an area to call his own such as a large dog kennel/carrier that he can go in when he wants to be alone and wont be bothered, but you never have to have hime shut in.

Anyway. To answer your question, I like to use hay racks! I am on a phone right now so i cant post a picture but if you want me to when i get home i will post a picture of the hay racks i have.
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User is Offline Lauri&Chanel
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5/20/2012 4:01 PM
Oh yeah i forgot to mention that we have a area for them i forgot to mention that lol. And yes please post a pic!

User is Offline mocha200
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5/20/2012 4:06 PM
Is the area you have for him wire so that you could attach a hay rack onto it, or will you need a free standing hay rack?
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User is Offline Lauri&Chanel
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5/20/2012 4:10 PM
Free standing

User is Offline Beka27
Cleveland, Ohio (USA)
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5/21/2012 1:49 AM
Here is a prior thread about this with some links... http://www.binkybunny.com/FORUM/tab...fault.aspx

Please don't respond in that thread however because it's very old.
Meadow..... Photobucket ...... Max, my angel bunny
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