If you let her outside to play in the dirt and grass, plan on deworming her twice a year. Make sure she has plenty of hay to dry off in should she get wet. The Humane Society used to recommend that outdoor hutches be at least 6ft long, but since they partnered with houserabbit organizations, standards on outdoor hutches have disappeared. 40 x 46 is a good size hutch, but bigger is always better. You may need to preditor proof your hutch. My hutches are inside chain link dog kennels, with bird netting overhead, because there are hawks in the area. When my rabbits were smaller, I covered the chain link with chicken wire, to keep them from getting their heads caught in the fence. Rabbits can dig out, and dogs and foxes can dig in. I don't have to worry about dogs or foxes, but I keep my rabbits from digging out by putting vinyl coated chicken wire on the ground around the perimeter. Rabbits like to hide the entrance of their tunnels, so look for digging under and around hutches. I use coated wire so my rabbits don't cut their paws should they try to dig through the wire.