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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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They are asking that anyone who would like to donate unwanted or spare rabbit hutches contact them immediately.
It meant at least 10 hutches were needed to replace the ones they destroyed otherwise Rags, which has provided shelter for abandoned guinea pigs and rabbits for seven years, would have to close down.
But thousands of owners buy hutches that are too small or fail to build their bunny an exercise area.
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.
Includes kneehole desk with privacy panel; computer desk and hutch; lateral file and hutch (both hutches with open and glass- enclosed storage); bookcase.
Hutches are easy and inexpensive to construct, and they keep calves healthy
A selection of finishes ranging from warm cherry to antique oak are available within each product category as well as a selection of hutches, files, and chairs.
Three rabbits kept in hutches at the Sanderson family's Redcar home were found dead in the garden.