1. First, cut out a square of chicken wire. Estimate~ 1' of wire on each side. If you need a smaller hay feeder, cut a smaller square. If you need a larger feeder, just cut larger.
2. Then, curl both sides towards each other, and begin hooking one side of the wire to the other.
3. Push one end of the wire in, to close one end off.
4. Leave the other end open, and bend down the pointy tips so they avoid poking the rabbit.
And there you have a nice hay feeder!
Growing Veggies for bunnies
January 22, 2018
I have started growing some Parsley for my bunnies, and we came up with a "rustic" plant holder! We used some scrap wood, and just made a simple box to hold dirt in it. I plan to hopefully add more veggies so the bunnies will have more variety, since veggies make up a crucial part in a rabbits diet.
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