I love hutches, because they are so much easier to keep clean, however, with my flemmish, well, they are just so big! The hutches have to be reinforced to support the weight, and sometimes, my does, eat at the wire and lift it up, causing weakness in the stability, and this causes sagging. One of theproblems I have had with doubling the wire is the holes don't always match up and you have problems with waste falling all the way through. I got some bottomless pens from the feed store, that I normally keep my brodding hens, but found that these make excellent pens for my big rabbits. Most of them are so laid back, that they don't bother digging out, either. I've only had 1 doe dig, and that was for a nest, and then I had 1 pen of some young rabbits dig out, but, like I dais, they were young, smaller, and wanted to explore the yard with them funny quacking rabbits, that were everywhere! I'm now running our of places to keep my brooding hens, and my goal was to free up space in the yard, but here I go filling it back up again!!!