If your cages are outdoors, place feed bowls inside the nest box so the food won’t get wet and kits will start eating pellets earlier. You can buy large ‘D’ cups from most pet or vet shops. These are very handy as they can be put in carry cages for transporting too.
A cheap alternative is to use large tuna tins. Use pliers to flatten any sharp bits around the rim. Wire them to the floor or wall to o stop rabbits tipping them out.
If your cages are indoors you can use feed eed hoppers. These are very handy if you have aggressive ssive animals as you u don’t have to put your hands s or arm into thehe cage to refill it, t, and it speeds ds up the feeding ng regime each day.