Ok I'm stuck in town the does not allow livestock, tho I have anywhere from 10 to 60 rabbits and nobody says anything. But when I first move the hutches in the whole town through a fit thinking I was getting chickens. Any way my grandmother and dad have a farm that I could have what ever I wanted at but its about 7 miles one way out of my way. My dad said he would help but I feel that I would still need to go out there once a day, and it would only work for me to go out in the afternoon around 430ish which is to early to put birds back in for the night, right? I would rather build a 100% predator proof run and leave them go in and out at free will. Thinking a pony wall 18 inches in the ground 6 inches out, 25 feet by 25 feet would do the trick. But would cost me around 300 bucks to just do the wall. Then the extra 40 bucks a month just in gas to drive there everyday and feed cost. I could move my rabbits out there also along with raise a few pigs every year or cattle. Im not really worried about gmos or hormones and that type of stuff but like cheap meat and enjoy the feeling of having a freezer full of meat that I processed my self and cost me half what the store charger. My problem is that I cant get it to pencil out to be worth the extra money to get it set up. I am more that likely to own the property some day but there is no guarantee that will be the case. I have not found a good market for the rabbits and doubt I will for eggs or meat chickens. My uncle has a group of layers and throws half the eggs away cause nobody buys them. I guess I'm just typing my thoughts to see if I can get some opinions on weather it would be worth my time and initial cost to start working setting it up. I really want to but I thought it would be worth my time to get rabbits but that didn't pan out, mainly cause I'm the only one in my house that will eat them and only have one person that buys 2 a year from me. I also plant 2 huge gardens and the only thing my family eats from it is potatoes and sweat corn, so I planted one in alfalfa and timothy grass just for the rabbit. Yea its the only hay field in town, and looks great. lol Thanks for and thoughts, opinions.