Our aim in building a rabbit hutch made primarily from wooden pallets is to create a functional, easy-to-clean living habitat for growing kits for a very low cost. We found four 38″x48″ wooden pallets for free and had a box of 2.5″ wood screws on hand from a previous project. So far our only expense will be the 14 guage, 1″x1/2″ galvanized wire roll. We purchased the 30″x 10 foot long roll for $22 at our local feed store, but I know that rolls similar are also avaliable at Tractor Supply.
Our hutch design has plenty of head space for two levels (for playtime fun) and features three solid sides along with a wire front and floor. The roof will act like a lid on hinges for easy access to the rabbits inside.
We are using the hutch photo below as inspiration, however our design will feature a wire floor instead of a solid floor to be more sanitary: