My buck is introvert

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Hi, this is Pet Rabbit Forum as stated in the title on my screenshot, however there's a small section called The Rabbitry and Show Room for breeders you may want to ask moderators to move your thread there

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One thing that i noticed-is the grass/hay in the bowl all that the quadruple gets? If so then it is extremely not enough! A bun munches on their own sized-tuft of hay per day!
 

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One thing that i noticed-is the grass/hay in the bowl all that the quadruple gets? If so then it is extremely not enough! A bun munches on their own sized-tuft of hay per day!
Yes you are absolutely right, but the weather is very hot where I live that's why I give theme the bigger amount at night to avoid digestion problems .Thank you for the remark
 

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I haven't ever heard of digestion problems that can be avoided by giving less hay at day/more at night but if it's always there as much as they eat then it's fine!
 

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Will the buck be seperated from the girls after he have mated?

Just asking otherwise you will have an uncontrolled situation with a baby boom, that can be a bit hard keeping eye on 😅
 

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Hi give him time it's not been long only few days he should be ok and the hay keep it going all day
Hope he feels ok in his new home soon
 

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I recently bought(4days) three does and one buck, but I am noticing that the buck Didn't do mating he looks very afraid, any suggestions please
It's just because it's all new for him. Give his some time to get familiar with new surroundings, people and his new friends.
Most of the bucks are very dominating, once he feels safe and comfortable he'll be the naughtiest of all and will be tailing them all the time,I tell you! 😅

And then you'll really be needing to keep them separated if you are not planning to start a bunny bussiness!
 

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