There are just too many things that can go wrong.
Twenty years ago I had two barns full of rabbits on separate
property from the homestead. One family emergency. Called
in a favor and got another rabbit grower to go do the basics
twice a day after taking care of their own. Fortunately it was
only for a week. There were loses but it went reasonably well
- all things considered.
Except for one thing. I paid a friend's responsible daughter
to take care of the dog and cats and the small rabbit set-up
(2 cages) in the backyard of the homestead. One of those
rabbits got sick and the very responsible teenager took it to
their vet where they kept it for several days and got it all
better. $$$ Guess I should have told her that those cute
little bunnies were intended for our dinner table. That was
some expensive rabbit stew!
So even when you think you have it covered - you don't.
I sold out shortly after that. There is just about no profit
in raising rabbits for commercial purposes.