Our modest little rabbitry For Al and King. I had not cleaned up yet for the week, bit you get the gist. You can see our super high tech misting system (16.00 at Ace Hardware. Comes with clips for hanging on an outdoor umbrella - I just clipped it on the roofing). You'll note the power cord, this runs the fan. The wood is laid down to give us a decked area to walk. It gets mighty muddy when the misting system is running. Our upright hutch. There are three fans - one blowing in on each cage. These are the finishing cages, they are 36x36x30. The top one has baby saver wire so it can be used as a maternity cage. The long run. Two decks. The lower cages hang using 3" treated deck screws, hooks, and paracord. Chain link was considered, but I wanted to use the biggest trays for waste management for the upper deck. The three cages - two on the upper left and the second one from the right on the bottom - were made by me, completely from baby saver wire. These are maternity cages. Another picture of the long run. You can kind get an idea about how the mister hose hangs from the galvanized roofing. That thing in the lower right hand corner with the yellow top is a non chemical fly trap. Keeps the fly population really under control. Well, not elegant, but it keeps them dry when it rains, fully shaded in the summer, and with my tarps, I enclose the whole thing, crank a small electric heater (I have a small propane for SHTF). Every cage has a hay bin on the door, and they eat the hay through the wire of the cage. Keeps them from peeing on their food and making a huge mess.