I don't own a bunny but I do a lot of bunny adoptions.
For the most part most commercially made hutches are too small. You are better off making your own or using an "x-pen" (exercise pen). Wire bottoms are inappropriate as it is painful for the bun.
The living space should be 6-8 times larger than the ADULT rabbit. Bigger is better, of course.
The bunny should have access to hay AT ALL TIMES. It should be at least 70% of their diet. Alfalfa is not appropriate for an adult rabbit, however it is fine for a baby bun. Either timothy hay or oat (3-way) hay is fine for adult buns. They should a serving of fresh veggies everyday. We use romaine lettuce, a bit of kale, parsley and cilantro b/c those are cheap. Any leafy green is good. They get an inch of carrot and an inch of apple. You can vary those but remember that too many sweets are not good for your bun.
You should find a pellet that is pellet only. It shouldn't have cereal pieces in it. those are fattening and bad for your bun. Also, commercial treats, in general, are inappropriate. They contain too much fat. If we think about a rabbits natural diet, they consume almost no fat. We should respect that. You should give a small amount of pellets (measured, of course) and not just keep a bowl full or your rabbit will get terrifically fat.
Rabbits in general do not like to be picked up and held. they like for you to repect that. all rabbits will bite and they kick and scratch, even on accident, it still hurts.
they should absolutely be speutered!!! I cannot stress that enough! Rabbits can be very territorial and will charge and attack to defend their area if they feel like they need to. My coworker got the crap bitten out of her by a bun and needed stitches but he had torn off too much skin! He just got neutered yesterday so hopefully he'll stop doing that.
Rabbit vets are much more expensive than normal vets so keep that in mind.
And rabbits do better in pairs.
There's A LOT more, read up on www.rabbit.org