HOW TO BUILD A RABBIT CAGE THAT LASTS

Have you ever purchased a Rabbit cage and watched it start to rust within a couple years?

It’s because many of the cages sold in stores are painted and baked at high temperatures.  These cages look good but they’re not galvanized.  So once the paint cracks the steel is exposed and then the cage wire starts to rust.

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Galvanized cage wire costs just a little more but it’s worth it.  It doesn’t rust and it lasts decades. The free Links below can get the price down to 14$ a cage.

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Here’s (2) step by step tutorial videos to show you how simple it is to make good cages that last. LINKS BELOW

All the products you need are at the bottom of the page.  Thank you for using our free links.

CAGE SUPPLIES:

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All the best products are right there and No extra charges for anything.

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Thank you and I hope your cages last the lifetime of your Rabbitry!

-Bobby

The Rabbitry Center

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