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someone has had a stand at Bradford every year selling them but they tend to work out quite expensive if you have to pay for someone elses skill.
 

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I bought a load of lab cages from ebay. I don't have a diy bone either! The ones I got are 36cm long, 28cm wide and 20cm high. I did have to buy 30 of them, but they only cost £6 each including the postage. I also bought 10 smaller ones (33cm long, 15cm wide and 30cm high) which I thought might be useful for transport or keeping single bucks in. I also have a couple of mini dunas and a couple of mickey maxes too.
 

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Lab cages rock! I bought mine secondhand from a chap on eBay - probably the same bloke as you, Julie. Mine worked out at about £6 each too. You could have a look at the 'Post Your Set-Ups' thread in environment for some ideas, Kathy.

Sarah xxx
 

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I don't know how much they cost to buy but to make they cost us £5 each.We have the wood cut to size at b & q.
 

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I use Marchioro Aquazoo 16s - plastic tanks. I find these easy to clean and disinfect unlike wood, and also not as heavy!
 

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