I'm building my rabbit cgaes for Cals and NZ's and also Angoras. I want to do right by my critters. I'm just wondering if I am going over board, I just want there to be plenty of room for them to stretch out. And when the does have babies for there to be plenty of room. I was doing the graphs/plans on paper tonight. 15 ft long x 36 inch wide (divided into 5 sections) with a divider every 36 inches. 24 inches high. Each cage being 36 x 36 inches and 24 inches high. Is 24 inches high enough? It seems to be. I am going to use 14 gauge wire for strength. I am going to do a drop box method. Cut a place in the bottom and cage in the area. This way all I need to do is drop the next box in. This way when a doe leaves the box with a kit attached. The kit can wiggle his way back into the next box verses it being on the wire waiting to be found. What size nest boxes are recommended? I was thinking 10" x 12" or 12" x 14" I still hadn't decided on a hanging method (hanging from ceiling with chains) or to just build a standing frame. Any ideas and suggestions appreciated. Is a 36 x 36 floor space over kill?