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Stomach Movement *Video*

Discussion in 'Breeds and Breeding - Rabbits' started by Buttercup, Apr 10, 2019.

  1. May 7, 2019
    AmberLops

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    Well....I contacted the breeder I got her from because she was making a nest the night I brought her home and the breeder had sold her last male over a month before I got the doe...she said there was absolutely no chance.
    And when I went to pick out my does I asked if she had any bucks for sale and she had none...
    So I don't know but that would make months of keeping those babies inside! It's a very interesting thought!
     
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    AmberLops

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    Oh and I don't have my buck next to my doe...he's in another room!
     
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    Bunnylady

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    Not really. The few cases of spontaneous abortion that I have witnessed have been the result of a serious stress - an injury, or ( as in one case) getting moved from one rabbitry to another via an hours-long car ride; that kind of thing. Rabbits that are experiencing long-term stresses like starvation can absorb their litters, but I don't know just how far into a pregnancy that remains a viable option for the doe.
     
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    B&B Happy goats

    B&B Happy goats Herd Master Golden Herd Member

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    Thank you for answering my question,