True BYH Addict
- May 20, 2019
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- Auburn, CA
She has always been by herself, but she has escaped a few times and went with the buck, and we don't know when that was though. We didn't think she would be pregnant because it was only for like less than a minute she was with him.Ok, but what date was she moved to be by herself, no contact with the buck? Use that date.
He has gotten on her a few times, but I don't know how long ago that was.As long as she s not peeing or -pooping in the nest box, you can leave it in until December 8. That would be 2 weeks after your first post. If she is regnant she will probably kindle by then. Otherwise, figure she had a false pregnancy. No rush to remove the nest box as long as she isn't using it as a toilet.
As far as only being with the buck for a few minutes, that is all the time it takes for the back to mount a receptive doe and breed. If you are not used to breeding rabbits you might mistake it for play behavior.