Warning: Sensitive details of rabbit breeding.
If you recall me mentioning it...
Doe rabbits will sometimes attack the Buck and detach their genitals while the Buck is attempting to breed.
Wouldn't you know it -- sure enough, Mable did.
No problems with Bambi or even Gertrude but Mable - went for the gusto.
I always but the Doe in 2 days back to back. Only for an hour each time and the 1st day I only left Mable in with Peter long enough to see him have 2 goes at her. Because I had a lot on the go that day and didn't want to forget to take her out - knowing I would put her in again the next day to be sure he had impregnated her, I opted to remove her - and good thing too.
Fortunately, on day 2 - I was there and able to separate them immediately because she was having none of it.
Problem for her is that no one wants to breed aggression, so she will have to be culled with her kits. I will hold back one of Gertrude's kits for my second breeder.
We are not able to breed them over the summer as it is too hot for rabbits and the males actually go temporarily sterile so the new kit will have time to grow to breeding age without any problem ( 16 weeks) by fall.