I have done lots of research and have found out that it IS possible and safe to keep chickens and rabbits together in the same run, just that they need separate sleeping ares where they can get away from each other. But what else has to be done? I have my mind set on keeping them together, and i know there are things to consider, so I needed some advice! What should be done to keep the disease spreading factor down? I only have 9 hens in a large enough coop/run for about 20 chickens. Is there a breed of rabbit that would/won't be able to live with chickens? What should I do about eating each others feed?-should I make sure that both the rabbit's food and chicken's food is safe for the other? I've seen hencam and that is what inspired me to keep them both! I hate seeing rabbits in small little cages, so the coop will be great! It is also fully protected from intruders, and buried fencing on the sides to deter digging predators and rabbits. Any help/advice/warnings on keeping chickens and rabbits together would be GREATLY appreciated! Thanks!!