All my does are housed in a large pen (kind of link a colony setting except the pens bottom is wired to stop them digging & the buck is not kept in with them, he has his own pen. For a week my 2 older does were running with a young buck only 12 weeks or so. Maybe a little younger. While the matings have not been confirmed (this was when they were loose in the garden together while we were building the pens) we will be pleased if they are both pregnant. Anyway both does are very mellow, have completely stopped mounting each other & are rejecting the buck, desperately trying to escape if he is placed in with them. One doe cut his ear during the 2 minutes he was in with them yesterday & I removed him as they were clearly upset & began trying to escape the pen. They were only put in their new pen yesterday too which is why I just popped the buck in to see if a mating occurred. As soon as he was removed, the pen went back to its calm & peaceful environment with does grooming & munching together. Both does are housed with a 3rd lop eared girl who is not mature enough to breed. They all get on well & groom each other etc. No territorial behavior. The does all have separate hutches to go in when they are due to kindle, so they don't have their litters in the pen ( which is more designed to entertain the does than provide good brooding). The kits have a separate area for when they are weaned fully. Anyway, sound pregnant to you? If they are, they are about 10 days gone & have been rejecting the buck for that long. They have only been placed with him twice since they were loose together & both does have rejected him both times. I won't bother placing him with them again now since I believe they are both pregnant. I don't understand how people can keep colony settings, how does that work with a buck that constantly harasses the does? Mine were clearly very upset to have him around them, I couldn't imagine forcing them to have his presence in with them constantly. Even a cut ear didn't stop him harassing the girls at all. All the girls were stamping & running away & trying to escape through the wire. it was pandemonium until I took him out.