So we brought home some rabbits and after letting them settle a couple of days, we placed a doe with the buck. Let them do their thing, both of them seemed very willing. Well, the next day we placed the same doe in. The buck did his thing in a more timely manner and then stomped his feed and chased her about the cage continuing to stomp his feet. We took this as an "I'm done with this one". So we took her out. We place the second doe with the buck and she would not cooperate one bit, running and wedging herself hard against the cage ignoring anything the buck was doing to court her. We tried again today, and the same thing. Does this mean she's already bred? We were told both does were open. But I'm wondering since doe #2 was uncooperate on both days, that she's actually bred. What do you think? **Update** A meat rabbit forum suggested placing both the doe and the buck in an open area, large enough for him to chase her around. So I blocked off a horse stall and did this, and he bred her twice successfully, just thought I'd share in case anyone else was having the same issues!