Okay I have never had or raised rabbits. I'm now endeavoring to get meat rabbits to feed us and my raw fed dog. I'm not interested in keeping rabbits in individual cages full time. I'm sure it's highly efficient and safest but it's just not the way I want to do things. I'd just rather not have rabbits if I have to do it like that. The only exception is bucks but they will each have their own tractor with the ability to have fresh grass daily. Now for the questions! Has anyone tried to pasture rabbits using tractors? I plan to use 2x4 hole wire fencing on the bottom to prevent dig outs. Will small babies dig enough to escape? I plan to have Silver Fox Rabbits so they will be large. I was going to allow 10-15 square feet per adult rabbit in each tractor. Opinions on this? To little to much? That would also need to house all the kits until weaning. I was planning a 4'x10' PVC frame covered in hardware cloth on the sides and 2x4 wire on top and bottom. There would be a 4'x4' plywood shelf on one side? Will they chew this to pieces? A little chewing doesn't bother me but is it unhealthy for them to chew plywood? Paint? The roof is up in the air at this point. What do you all recommend? Also if I have totes for houses/nesting boxes are these appropriate? I'm looking at some that are 24 " x 18"x 15" tall. I planned on cutting holes in them for the rabbits. Will they chew these up? If I provide plenty of the totes, 1 per 1 or 2 rabbits, do I need to build a three sided wind break or will they just go in their boxes under the roof? Will older kits share a box with the mother. Will she allow it? Will the buck use a tote shelter? I'm sure I'll have more questions but that is enough for now!