When Can Baby Rabbits Leave Their Mum?

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Baby rabbits can leave their mum as soon as the babies are weaned, at eight weeks. In any case of domestic rabbit babies, do not remove the babies until they are a full eight weeks of age. Separate the male babies from the females at this time.
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At 8 weeks old
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For the first three weeks, the baby rabbits feed just on the doe's milk. The milk is high in antibodies and protects the kits from getting diseases. Weaning occurs eight weeks after
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8 weeks is the better time for rabbits to leave their mothers. Any te early puts great stress (even more than usual moving) on the rabbit.
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Well this differs from person to person or breeder to breeder. Most will tell you its ok at 6 weeks but that is way to early. You should begin weaning your baby bunnies at about 6
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