Since I was down there and had my camera, I thought that I would take a few more pictures. This bunny decided to turn around and head to the back of the cage just as I took the picture:
They are not all brown or grey. They come in all kinds of designs and colorations. This one is grey and white:
He has between 30 and 40 of them and he is constantly building new pens. He has constructed all the pens himself. They are very well made and the slots (for 2x4's) look perfect. He made the slots with one of his many chain saws:
The next two picture show you some more of his pens:
One day he put a harness on one of the giant rabbits and took it into Petco and everyone, even the clerks, loved it and wanted their picture taken with the huge bunny. They are very soft and nice to pet. Some of them do bite and I am sure they could give you a good hard swift kick. But mostly, they like to be petted and my son handles them quite often and they are used to it.
Now he is talking about going into worm farming from the byproducts of rabbit raising. He is even thinking about fish farming. I think rabbits and worms would be enough to keep a man busy and they do pay a profit that could be a source of income for his retirement. There, you got the blue ribbon guided tour of the wabbit wancher rabbit farm, so now you can go and have a great day, today, you hear?