So, my husband and I stumbled into being rabbit owners (DH allows me to own whatever I want as long as we can eat it!) and we have a doe that had 7 babies and I havn't sexed them yet but I'd like to butcher all the bucks. Once the babies turn 8 weeks I know I need to move them outta momma bunnies cage, but I don't have a cage to put them in because we've been getting more rabbits to have several litters so we'll have a steady amount of rabbit meat to eat. My question is: Can I put the bucks in a chicken tractor and move them around until they're big enough to butcher? I was wondering if that would be harmful (mind you this is a well built heavy chicken tractor that I have never lost a single chicken to a predator) or is it ok to let your bunnies graze on the much cooler grass as opposed to going out and spending a but load of money on cages (most of my cages are fixer-upers from a friend who bought new cages, only 2 cages are new)? They'd have plenty of shade and I would probably put a fan next to them wherever they go. I'd love some feedback from someone who knows about rabbits and raising them to eat.