Last winter I moved my rabbits into the front porch, as much for my convenience as their comfort. This year the porch is the entry to my antiques shop, so the rabbits have to be housed elsewhere. I could put the cages in the utility room, but it would be a squeeze. I have a well-built insulated building that has been our chicken house. It is divided into two eight by eight areas. The geese use one area and I am overwintering four of them. The chickens have a new, smaller house that will be easier for them to keep warm with their body heat. The vacant half could be easily adapted to become a winter rabbitry. Geese do not create the amount of dust that chickens do, but they drip water on their bedding. I shovel out the wet spots daily (except when they freeze solid) but it still must add some humidity to the air. Would this be harmful to the rabbits?