Well my first month or two with breeding rabbits didn't go as planned. 1 doe was actually a buck, which fed my wife and i for about 3 meals each (yum yum). 2nd doe was a mean mean aggressive creature. Hissing, charging, biting, skittish, no interest in breeding, etc. Needless to say, Saturday night i fed 6 people for a cookout and had leftovers for Monday. Feeling defeated, i was determined to figure out a rabbit breeding/meat production process to feed my wife and i, plus my buck is such a nice dude that i had to find some ladies for him. So my supplier (aka coworker/farming friend) felt bad and gave me 2 new tried and true does that just kindled 4-5 weeks ago. They're Cali's & my buck is a NZW and let me just say, WHAT A DIFFERENCE!!!! 1. These new girls are much more docile. Don't mind being held, pet, etc 2. They bred like champs. I bred them less than 24hrs after getting them and though there was a little hesitation with one, once my buck whispered sweet nothings into her ear and gave her a nice shoulder massage, she was feeling hot and heavy. 3. Breeding went flawlessly with both. 2 successful mounts the first interaction and 2 more successful mounts about 3-4hrs later. Now it's time to build some nesting boxes and 2 large grow out hutches for when they are weaned. I'm thinking I'll separate does and bucks from mom at 4 weeks and re-breed her then. Any advise now that things seem to be working??