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Mini lop not having baby's

Discussion in 'Breeds and Breeding - Rabbits' started by Animal lover 345, Mar 11, 2019.

  1. Mar 11, 2019
    Animal lover 345

    Animal lover 345 Exploring the pasture

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    Hi my name is Emily and I got a 6 month old female mini lop 2 months ago I also have a two to three year old male mini lop and during this time she has not had babies can someone please tell me what am I am doing wrong I have them outside that always have grass pallets and water what am I doing wrong ?
     
  2. Mar 12, 2019
    promiseacres

    promiseacres Herd Master

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    Are they together all the time?
     
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    Absence makes the heart grow fonder....seperate them for a week, then they should get busy when you put them back together.
     
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    Animal lover 345

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    Yes they are together all the time but every morning they mate when they first got together they were meeting like crazy !!! and yesterday I thought she might be seasonal because she keep trying to make with them but she only ever dose this once
    every month so she could seasonal.what do you think ? Also could it be the age difference? Ahh imI'm annoyed I've been through 6 female rabbits and every single time there's been something wrong with them so they can't have babies and I thought this might be my only chance :bow:he:fl
     
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    Animal lover 345

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    Whoops sorry I meant yesterday she tried to mate with the male rabbit and she only does this once every month
     
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    B&B Happy goats Herd Master Golden Herd Member

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    Maybe your stud is a dud ???
     
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    Is your doe a buck???
     
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    Animal lover 345

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    No and what dose that mean your stud is a dud
     
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    Animal lover 345

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    Help now she has blood coming out her butt ahhh what is happening :th
     
  10. Mar 26, 2019
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    AmberLops Loving the herd life

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    Just separate them for a week and put them back together. You should never keep a buck and doe together for longer than 30 minutes....it'll ruin your buck. I leave my does in with the buck and watch...they should breed and be done within 30 seconds.
    I don't know why your doe is bleeding ? That's strange but it could be from constant breeding.
    Check again to make sure 'she' is actually a female. Also, your buck could be sterile....is he proven? And has our female ever had a litter?
     
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