Rodent 77-70


Choose from 2 different Tub Styles:

Choose from locking or non-locking casters

Food hopper installed in the front or back of each level.

All valves are barbed to securely fasten to tubing. Diaphragm recommended for mice, spring-loaded for rats. Select material and style below.

Complete your purchase with additional add-ons:

Add More Rack Levels

Please enter the number of extra levels you would like to add to your order


The Rodent 77-70 compact rack was designed to be used for small grow out rat colonies. It is perfect if you don’t need the capacity offered by our holding pens, or if you want to organize your rodents. This rack is also great for African soft furs, hamsters, or rats if you want to give your breeding colonies a little extra room.

This rack has a large tub size, therefore you will now be able to fit more rodents to breed. Great for colony breeding.

You’ll never see rust because this rack is made of J4 Stainless Steel!

The Rodent 77-70 rack is compatible (Stack-able) with the Rodent 66-80.

This compact rack is used in the Smaller Scale Freedom Breeder Systematic Cycle for breeding rats. This rack is where you would raise up your Pups to Smalls with their mother/s. After the pups are raised up to smalls you will move them into the Rodent 66-90Rodent 44-4 or Rodent 44-5. Using the “Holding Pens” Rodent 44-4 and Rodent 44-5 would be the final step of the Freedom Breeder Systematic Cycle and would be where you pull your Large females you raised up from smalls or your breeder females you put in here to recover from their previous breeding cycle. (It is not recommended to place a group of breeder males together.)

Rack Dimensions

  • Total: 19 7/8″(W) x 33 1/2″(D) x 70 3/16″(H)
  • Single-level Height: 9 1/4″

Packing List

  • (7) Reptile 77-70 Stainless Steel Levels
  • (7) Food Hoppers
  • (7) FB-70 Semi-Clear Tub
  • (7) Stainless Steel Removable Inserts
  • (1) Compact Base Frame
  • (4) 4” Heavy Duty Casters


rodent rack

Attention Customers!

1.Please run water through your new racking systems for a day before placing rodents or bedding in the rack.
2.Check for any disconnected tubing.
3.Adjust valves by hand to stop all leaks and test again for another day. (Do not tighten with tools!)

This test is to avoid flooding your rodents.

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