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hutch

1. standard cagelike accommodation for rabbits.
2. light, movable cabin for calves or pigs; to provide shelter and warmth for animals at pasture.

hutch burn
a disease of rabbits characterized by external inflammation of the external genitalia and the anus caused by constant wetness due to wet hutch floors.
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If the bunnies get too warm in the summer, I shade the hutches and cages with canvas," says Moulder.
He moves the hutches once a day so the rabbits always have fresh grass and forage.
Steve added a van can be arranged to collect any donated hutches.
Vets confirmed that the affected rabbits were made seriously ill because of a deadly cocktail of viruses including E coli which flourished at the centre due to the damp hutches.
Lynn added: "We've got the 10 hutches we need which means we can get rid of the old hutches and pay off the vets bills.
RWAF veterinary executive Judith Brown said: "We simply couldn't believe how tiny these hutches were.
For larger farmers with many calves, hutches mean a little more labor, and in inclement weather, working conditions aren't as good as they are with other types of housing.
They are hell-bent on wiping out as many of the Hutches and their extended families as they can.
They are from the area, know the layout, know the movements of the Hutches.
A source revealed: "We know the Kinahans have vowed to wipe out as many Hutches as they can but there was some sort of row on Monday that escalated this to another murder.
The Hutches and Kinahans have been waging all-out war since David Byrne was shot dead at the Regency Hotel in revenge for Gary Hutch's assassination in Spain last year.
Families of gang bosses are now being moved to safe houses around the city and beyond as the Kinahan mob target anyone with links to the Hutches.