Hi all, Living in zone 3 with january and february temps that go down to between -30 and -40, I was wondering how people who raise rabbits cope with the climate and keeping them alive and healthy? I also read some posts a while back about raising rabbits within a greenhouse in winter to moderate the temperatures for them. I also have read that keeping redworms under the rabbits help to reduce the odors and break down the ammonia? (or nitrogen?) concentration. Anyway, what other hints for raising some rabbits in the northern areas such as in the states would be northern minnesota?