It is not recommended to breed closely related rabbits, especially litter mates. There is a very limited gene pool when you line-breed that close and can in some cases lead to mutations/deformities. The deformities may not always be visible as some GENETIC mutations will not cause physical deformities, it all depends on how the chromosomes match up. Some kits may be perfectly fine, but others can have severe and noticeable deformities, some of these deformities can be blindness, deafness, abnormally grown limbs, or they can also be stillborn.
They will be stupid and wierd
They can breed with any relation a part from brother and sister
It is not recommende for brother and sister to breed because they have the same DNA and can result in issues with the babies(kind of like humans). However this may sound strange, but it is ok to breed mother to son and father to daughter.
You should not breed a brother donkey to a sister donkey. This can result in serious issues in the offspring of the pair.
Physically interbreeding of brother and sister cattle can be done, but it is usually not recommended.
can you breed a hald brother and half sister together and have ok pups they have the same father but diff. mothers
I heard they will but the babies will be wierd and stupid
only if they are from good familys but let me ask you would you mate with your brother or sister
I wouldn't do that if I were you.
Yes, you can.
that's gross you r tard
You can breed rabbits whenever you like.
Rabbits cannot breed with a mouse .
yes they will mate it takes time .
Yeah, they can. So long as you don't breed the brother and sister's duckling to their own brothers and sisters and so on, they won't have any defects
All rabbits need to breed is that there are male rabbits and female rabbits together.
Depending on the breed, yes.
You should separate the does from the bucks when they reach six months at the most. You can separate them a little earlier if toy want to. This is because, female does can breed when they reach 6 months old.
Rabbits can breed any where from five to six months of age.
Yes, but it is not recommended, as birth defects could soon be the result.
yes, but the baby will not have a leg or arm or something i suggest you dont do that.
who the hell is ever gonna ask a question like that?
NEVER let the babies and father in a cage together.. he will try to mate the babies and will hurt them (start fighting the males.. I've seen some terrible damage done from housing adult rabbits together.. even littermates once they reach puberty). Rabbits have no sexual boundaries.. a father will breed it's young a mother will breed with her son.. brother and sister will make babies. Never put unneutered rabbits of the opposite sex together unless you want them to mate.
They can have all kinds of problems as well as deformity. Brothers and sisters should never breed. You can breed a father to a daughter and a mother to a son but not sister to brother. It is also bad to down breed to the second generation. You end up with smaller and sickly babies then.
No because there are no such things as wild rabbits. They are called Hare's and they can't breed either because they are 2 entiraly diffrenet species. Cottontails ARE rabbits and yes, they can cross breed if they get together.