I would like to start a smallscale rabbitry for our homestead. We live in central PA. I'd like to start with 6 rabbits. 3 standard rexes (2 does and a buck) and 3 silver foxes (2 does and a buck). Originally I thought I could keep them indoors. I have a small room in my basement. I had planned on keeping the does in that room. I was going to keep one buck in my son's room as a pet and the other buck in a separate room of the house. However I am starting to second guess this decision because I'm concerned the bucks will spray in the house. So I'm wondering what the pros think. Is it worth the chance of having them spray in the house or should I build a shelter for them outside. If I do build outside I understand they will need shade and fans in the heat of summer. The other option is converting the room downstairs into a rabbit colony but then I would only be able to breed one breed of rabbit. In your expert opinions what is my best option? I chose both of those breeds because I think they will be good for meat and fur, but I'm open to other opinions on that too. I am planning on listing the babies for sale as pets or meat as well because that would be a lot of meat for my family of four to eat. I also like the silver fox breed for its rarity. I wouldn't have a lot of competition in my area if I needed to sell some babies. Looking forward to your input. Thanks in advance.