Hiya guys I got a New Zealand buck and two does to raise for breeding for meat and I was keeping them in sheltered hutches outside, letting them out (individually) for exercise weather permitting. Last month we made a big barn for our ever increasing flock of chickens and, as the weather in the north west of Ireland is pretty grim, decided to take Harvey Ussery's advice and house the rabbits in cages hung on the walls of the barn so the chickens can work the droppings into manure and the rabbits have more shelter. Everyone is happy with this arrangement (we still let the rabbits out when we can), but last month we mated the rabbits. We have the buck in the middle cage with the does on both ends and there is a wooden partition separating everybody. Now Scotty too Hotty and Violet (who became a mother last night!) keep poking their noses through the tiny gap in the partition to snuggle each other and I want to know if this will cause any distress to the rabbits? Should we put Scotty somewhere else?