I have always read that the does can be pretty skittish when pregnant and the less disruption the better, but I have 2 dilemmas. 1. We have been trying to move our rabbitry from one barn to another. I have now moved all does except one who is due this Thursday. I have to get her out of her present location because I need the space for chickens. So, is it better to just go ahead and move her to the new barn now (I would leave her in her present cage, just move cage and all), before she kindles, and hope she is ok (she was a good mother before- she has had one litter)? Or, alternatively, I can move her cage about 8' along the wall it is on now and rehang it- I can push the new chicken coop wall back a few feet to accomodate the doe's cage. That way she is at least in almost the same environment, though she would then be the only rabbit in that barn. 2. If our real estate deal doesn't fall through in the next few weeks we will be moving to a new farm approx 5 miles away, probably sometime in Nov-Dec. I have about a dozen pregnant does now who are due to kindle in the next few weeks. If we don't move before we wean any bunnies, then more does will be bred back after they wean their litters. Any ideas on how to handle this? I can leave them all in their own cages and just move them to the new place a few cages at a time- I am guessing this would be the best idea. Or, if I absolutely had to, I could just leave them all here (this place isn't sold yet), and drive over every day to tend them and move them as they wean their litters. I would appreciate any suggestions as I don't want to risk losing any litters- having a hard time right now producing enough to meet the demand now that we have found a fryer market. Thanks in advance.