Have you ever purchased a Rabbit cage and watched it start to rust within a couple years?
It’s because many of the cages sold in stores are painted and baked at high temperatures. These cages look good but they’re not galvanized. So once the paint cracks the steel is exposed and then the cage wire starts to rust.
Galvanized cage wire costs just a little more but it’s worth it. It doesn’t rust and it lasts decades. The free Links below can get the price down to 14$ a cage.
Here’s (2) step by step tutorial videos to show you how simple it is to make good cages that last. LINKS BELOW
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I’m Richard in swartz creek MI, just wanting to know how to get started raising rabbits for meat; not interested in selling them yet; I raise chickens for eggs but very interested in rabbits after seeing your videos; especially the 1000lb of meat per year model you showed; looking for any advice or best place to start regarding building housing for the rabbits
I’m glad you enjoy our videos. Thanks for watching. Starting small is best. I recommend purchasing a trio, One buck and two doe’s. This can provide your family with approximately 200 pounds of meat a year. You can always double and triple your operations down the road. You’ll you know the time and cost it takes and can decide how big you want to go. If you’d like to see a video covering a topic simply type your topic into YouTubes search engine followed by the rabbitry center. You should find a video for that. For example “cage space” “cage building” “how to build a huth-the rabbitry center” Best of luck! https://www.youtube.com/@TheRabbitryCenter/videos