I understand that father is somewhere completely separately and now neutered?The father was separated as he become aggressive.
He has also recently been spade so is recovering from that.
I can try find the pellet name. It was my mother in law that bought it. We bought different types of hay from local pet store. Due to go to farm shop to get some more, as someone suggested here.
Mum moved the pen around a bit to suit where she wanted the babies. This was the night before. She is littered trained as well.
That's great, just hoping you know that male is still fertile after neutering up to 4 weeks, so please bear in mind.
Female rabbit can become pregnant same day after giving birth, so it is possible that she is pregnant again if you only separated them after you found babies. That would be not good for her and hopefully never happened, but if you only found the babies in the morning they maybe had enough time for making more babies. In that case you will have more babies in about 30 days from first litter. But if you separated him before she had babies that's great and no more babies.
Also keep him away from kits because he can damage them. Generally you will need to wait about 6-8 weeks after he's neutered and only then can try bonding them together.
The babies will have to stay with mother until they are 8 weeks and then you will have to sex them and separate boys from girls and mother, because they can impregnate mother from like 10-12 weeks. Girls will become fertile from 14 weeks, so usually you separate boys at 8-9 weeks.
Then, from 8 weeks you can rehome the babies. By that time they will be fully weaned and will eat solid food and hay.