Momma the French Lop and her baby from the previous litter
Thanks for all your helpful information on this site, it was very useful for my first litter of babies! My French Lop and two Mini Lop does are due any day now, and it gets fairly cold at night; around 30-20 degrees. I was wondering if the babies will freeze at night even if they have a good nest built. Should I bring them inside at night or will they be alright?
***** Karen Sez ***** Glad you like Raising-Rabbits! If you give your rabbits sufficient shavings, straw and hay for their nesting boxes, and the does build good nests with lots of fur, then you won't have to worry at all. The burrow with the babies in the nest box will stay snug and very warm -- 100+ degrees F -- even if the weather is zero degrees F. The temperature range you specify does not worry me at all. Just make sure that the space where your hutches are is not drafty.
Rabbit Cages: They come in a variety of styles, from wire to wood. Raising-Rabbits reviews several rabbit cage styles and designs to help you choose the best cage for your needs, whether for indoors o…
10% off your autographed copy of Rabbit Raising Problem Solver
All packaging, handling, and Media Mail postage costs (WA residents are subject to sales tax)
Applies to US addresses - (sadly, Media Mail is not offered for international shipping, not even for really awesome books)
(International shipping is available, of course, but it's out of our control how much they charge for shipping. Send us your country, city, and area code to obtain a shipping quote.)
*Affiliate Links: We use affiliate links (including Amazon.com links) to help keep the use of this website completely free of charge to you. We have selected our affiliate products carefully with the purpose of improving your experience, both on the Raising-Rabbits website, and in the ease of the care you provide your rabbits. Purchases from our affiliates come at no extra cost to you.