All rabbits are mature enough to breed at around 4 months of age.
Rabbits mature at different ages, depending on the breed. A rabbit may be mature enough to breed (physically adult) as young as three weeks, or as late as 10 months. On average, the larger the breed, the longer they take to mature. Most breeds have reached their full adult size by the time they are 6-8 months old.
Rabbits should be at least 6 months of age and reach mature weight before you breed them. Mature weight varies with the breed of rabbit you own. Go to arba.org to see what the mature weight of your breed of rabbit is. Have a crossbreed? An average weight is about 8 to 8 1/2#.
It depend entirely on the breed of rabbit. Usually rabbits are mature when they are 6-10 months old. But PLEASE don't breed them if your trying to do that. Please adopt a homeless pet!Rabbits are considered to be full grown when they reach mature weight for their particular breed or are at least 6 to 8 months old. Rabbits should not be bred until they do reach their full grown or mature weight.
Rabbits can breed at 3 months (not recommended) but should wait at least until 6 months and they reach their mature weight.
Rabbits CAN breed at 3 months but should not be bred until they are 6 months old or have reached mature weight for their breed.
Well reared guppy fry can be mature enough to breed in 12 weeks.
They CAN breed at 4 to 5 months BUT it is not recommended. Rabbits should be at least 6 months of age and should have reached mature body weight before breeding. If you breed a buck too young you could stunt his growth (not good.)
Yes, rabbits become mature at 6 to 8 months of age, depending on the size of the breed. The American Rabbit Breeders Association website (www.arba.net) and the websites of the various breed clubs has more information about the lifespan, care and feeding of rabbits.
You can breed rabbits whenever you like.
Rabbits cannot breed with a mouse .
3-4 months, some rabbit breeds mature faster than others though :)