We have tried for two years to get worms to grow under the cages with no luck. There is just to much urine. We rake and haul all rabbit droppings from under the cages ( We have a dirt floor in the rabbit barn and dove barns ) and age the manure in large bins. We do leave the bins outdoors to allow rain water to rinse off some of the urine. Then we add the aged manure to our large outdoor worm bins. The worms love the manure. We do the same with goat and cow manure from the other barns. We tried so many times to get the worms to grow under the cages but they always died off and the flies were horrible. This system has been working really well for us. We also use small flightless chickens in the rabbit barn to control the flies. It works better than any spray or trap ever could and the rabbits don't care that they are there. I hope this helps. Where are you located? What kind of rabbits do you raise?
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