Rabbit Nest Box There are many types of rabbit nest boxes out there. People use everything from plastic bins to wire drop-down boxes built into the cage. We have tried a few with varied results and have settled on this design. These boxes work great for small to large rabbits. We have used them for Polish, Holland Lops, and Champagnes with great success. The sides of a nest box should be at least 6″ high to prevent nursing kits from being dragged onto the wire. The box should be heavy enough that doe can’t move or tip it. The top platform keeps the babies from being trampled when mom enters the nest. The shelf also gives mom a place to escape from pesky kits when they begin to venture from the nest

Uses of Rabbit Nest Box

Your doe needs a rabbit nesting box in her cage before she gives birth. This should be placed in their hutch at around 28 days gestation, a few days before she gives birth. If you place the nesting box in too early, she won’t understand what it is for as her motherly instincts won’t have kicked in yet.


  • Durable Nesting Box Made Out of All Natural Wood
  • Perfect Spot for Your Rabbits
  • Safe to Chew for All Animals- Unstained Wood
  • Comes Fully Assembled and Ready to Use
  • Made in the USA
  • Measures 9″ Width X 16.5″ Depth X 9.75″ Height


Product Dimensions16 x 9 x 9.5 inches
Item Weight3.75 pounds
ManufacturerWare Manufacturing Inc.
Item model number1570
Customer Reviews4.5 out of 5 stars    448 ratings
4.5 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank#62,484 in Pet Supplies (See
#189 in Bird Nests
#1,128 in Small Animal Houses & Habitats
Is Discontinued By ManufacturerNo
Date First AvailableMay 13, 2010

Prices of Rabbit Nest Box

  • $27.29-$55.99

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