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How many chickens can fit in this coop?
Paula De Mauro
· November 1, 2020
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A bantam rooster........ anything bigger this would be too small. I had silkies in this and it was a tight fit for 2 and they are small birds
JCB
· August 10, 2017
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No chicken wire, we use the bottom part of a cat litter box on top of the pan. The bunny takes care of his *duties* like a cat. We like this cage
Amazon Customer
· December 9, 2017
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No. We had 5 quail in this and the raccoons dug under and lifted the cage and got all of our quail. Either fix this to the ground so it cannot be lifted, or add a board to the bottom so the predators cannot dig under.
Mike & Lesley
· July 4, 2017
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They are smaller than they look but my dwarf rabbit fits comfortably and I think two dwarf rabbits could fit and it's long enough for then to run and guinea pigs are smaller than my dwarf rabbit so I believe the two guinea pigs should definitely fit comfortably
brittney stanek
· June 19, 2017
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I never measured it but it has plenty of room for food and water dishes and 2 small rabbits.
Linda Bearden
· July 11, 2019
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I used a brown silver lined tarp(purchased from Home Depot) and Bungee cords to cover mine. Worked perfectly and still let enough air circulate for ventilation.
Rosemary Blevins
· August 11, 2019
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This is the information in have. Thank you
Color of Rabbit Hutch: Natural Wood color
Material of Rabbit Hutch: Fir wood… see more
This is the information in have. Thank you
Color of Rabbit Hutch: Natural Wood color
Material of Rabbit Hutch: Fir wood
Overall Dimensions of Rabbit Hutch: 58"L x 21"W x 34"H
Package Weight of Rabbit Hutch:44lbs
Package includes: 1x Wooden Hutch see less
This is the information in have. Thank you
Color of Rabbit Hutch: Natural Wood color
Material of Rabbit Hutch: Fir wood
Overall Dimensions of Rabbit Hutch: 58"L x 21"W x 34"H
Package Weight of Rabbit Hutch:44lbs
Package includes: 1x Wooden Hutch

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Seller · July 9, 2017
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I’ve never had an issue with rabbits digging under. It is lightweight so I would secure it to the ground to keep raccoons or other critters from knocking it over and getting to the rabbit.
Janet Jenkins
· August 18, 2018
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We placed it on the ground a couple weeks ago. There have been small birds getting in underneath. I would assume other small critters too. I will be leveling the ground and dropping the unit below the dirt level. Recommend prepping the area.
karen_spencer
· May 2, 2019