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|Size||1 x 2|
|Storage Size||9 x 7|
|Skill(s) RequiredSpecific needed skills.<br>The default skills every Heartling starts off with, Oral Tradition, Primitive Tools & Wilderness Survival), are ignored.||Animal Husbandry|
|Object(s) Required||Board x20, Block of Wood x10, Straw x10, Thatching Material x10, Bone Glue x2|
|Required By||(2) Bunny Rabbit, Swill|
|Can be Lifted||No|
|Go to Objects|
A structure which is used to contain and breed Rabbit Does and Rabbit Bucks. The Rabbit Hutch has a storage capacity of 9x7.
How to Use
Animal Husbandry enables you to breed rabbits. A Rabbit Hutch, a Rabbit Doe, and a Rabbit Buck are required to multiply. A rabbit hutch must be stocked with water and fodder, much like a Chicken Coop.
- The quality of the Rabbit Hutch has no effect on the rabbits produced
- There is a trick to filling a Rabbit Hutch much more quickly than normal; Click to pick up a unit of fodder, then with it floating on your cursor, hold down the shift key and right click the trough. As long as you keep the shift key held down, another unit of food will automatically be placed on your cursor, ready to right click again! Alternatively, if you are running the game via romovs' amber client you can automatically load the hutch with all of a single type of fodder from your inventory by holding a unit of it on your cursor and right clicking on the hutch with both the shift and alt keys pressed. This also works for chicken coops.
- Warning: Edible forageables also count as fodder, so be careful when shift-right clicking. (Like, for example, Candleberry or Bloated Bolete)
- The Rabbit Hutch can also be filled directly using a Wheelbarrow
- All fodder placed in Rabbit Hutch turns into generic Swill that can be stored in barrels and transferred between all structures which require it
- Map Rabbit (2016-10-26) >"Added "Rabbit Hutch". There are now buck and doe rabbits, and they can be bred and kept in a Rabbit Hutch. They need food and water, and the females eat more when with bunny. Not much to add."