Rabbit hutches are uncomplicated and very easy to build as long as you have a good woodworking rabbit hutch plan. No real experience is required because the design is so simple. Square wooden corners, uncomplicated cabinet hinges and some chicken wire are all the fundamental materials you will need.
Whether you want to keep a cute little bunny as a pet or begin breeding rabbits for cash or food supply with the woodworking rabbit hutch plan I used you will have the perfect home for your friends.
Rabbits need clean, dry hutches to live in. They must be sheltered from the elements to live happy healthy lives. Wind, rain and the blazing hot sun can mean life or death to a rabbit.
Construct your rabbits hutch the RIGHT WAY the FIRST TIME!
Learn How to Build & Make a Homemade Wooden Rabbit Hutch, it is a fun project and will only put you back a few dollars.
Here is the coolest thing; when you use the same woodworking rabbit hutch plan that I utilized, you will also get more than 14,000 other detailed woodworking projects. You may think, hey I just need a rabbit house. And that may be true, but by buying a plan only for a rabbit hutch you may spend $25 or more. Why get only one project for $25 when you could have over 14,000 for around $40?
What happens next year when you want to put together a doghouse or a shed or a bird feeder? You spend another $25, that's what happens. Now you are behind the game in cash spent on plans.
The straightforward and efficient design of these original and one of a kind rabbit hutches make building them trouble-free. There are several different designs to choose from and they all come with complete material and hardware lists (which all of the materials can be bought at any hardware store).
All you'll need is an electric screw driver, a pair of pliers, a saw and your well on your way. Keep in mind, safety first, if you don't have much experience using these tools, go on the internet and search for basic safety practices for each tool you are unfamiliar with. Eye goggles, gloves, and ear plugs are a good idea too.
This project will set you back a Saturday and about $75. I have 6 rabbits (or my daughter does anyway) and we have made 3 rabbit houses for them. We did it together and each time it was a great daddy daughter experience. Now that she is a little older we are thinking about getting a pair of goats, which will require a small barn and a pen. Good thing my woodworking rabbit hutch plan also came with barn plans, and shed plans, and well everything else you could probably think of that is built out of wood.