According to the page there's a hutch the guinea pigs have access to and I from the site I took it that the guinea pigs are shut into the hutch at nightWhat i would worry about would be extreme weather conditions? Do they have shelter like a hutch or something that they could retreat into if they wanted to?
Out of interest, what don't you like about them breeding in this free range setup?The only thing i perhaps don't agree with is that, that person lets them breed like that, i'd rather have a large group of same sex or mixed with neutered boars.
I guess perhaps the thought of getting overrun and then having to relocate some, especially as they're just pick and mix breeds...not indifferent from breeding willy nilly and selling on in any other circumstance, which i don't often agree with either, in any animal.Out of interest, what don't you like about them breeding in this free range setup?
I only ask because I prefer it so wondered what the perceived downside is.