How long is a rabbit's pregnancy?

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From conception to birth, a rabbit's gestation period ranges from 30 to 40 days. At its conclusion, a female rabbit, or doe, gives birth to between one and nine kits, or baby rabbits.

After nursing her young for one to two months, a doe's body is prepared to become pregnant again. So, with two to three months between conceptions, a doe can have as few as four litters in a year or as many as six. With the potential to give birth to over 50 kits annually, it is important that rabbits raised in captivity be maintained in gender-segregated quarters to keep their numbers in check.

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1. Wait for 10 to 14 days after the rabbits are bred to check the doe, or female rabbit, for pregnancy. 2. Use your thumb and forefinger to gently feel the lower abdomen of the female
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1 you wait 30 days then you should fell little marble shaped circles in the rabbits stumick . the female of course lol. then it will have babys in a couple of days or weeks.
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hungry more, drinks more, hard stomach, skiddish, and possibly aggressive, pulls fur from stomach area when closer to birthing time, and if you flip them over, and pull appart the
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Do you mean how long does a rabbit pregnancy last? The gestation period for rabbits is
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