So in this attempt I plan to do it solely for the grow outs. I want to try to have an area in the trees, we have pines with brush and vegetation grown up in it, that I can make a reasonably sized pen with proper wire to prevent them from slipping through and digging out as well as still have a bird mesh so as not to lose any to climbing, digging or flying predators. I hope to also plant Barley in there for them to graze on as well. The rabbits I raise are fully pedigreed, show French Lops so minimal damage to their ears is crucial and has been a very difficult thing to accomplish... it seems to be the first thing they go for when they scuffle and always end up with bites on them. At least the adults and young adults anyways. I should also add that I do NOT raise year round so this would be from April -October depending on the Minnesota weather. Which can change very quickly.
I think if I had even a 20 by 20 area where I could rotate the Jr's or house them for a few weeks until they are ready for their new homes it would benefit their health. Even if it was just to place them there for the weekend or daytime. But I would love to have somewhere I could put my adults in to let them have time out as well. My goat pen is just not quite right for the rabbits. Babies squeeze out and the adults fight over the goat hut Eventually they all quit and just relax but the first 20 minutes are brutal with the occasional scuffle from a couple naughty girls.