Can rabbits breed through a chainlink fence?
This may seem like a silly question, but I was wondering if it's possible for rabbits to breed through a chainlink fence... ie: the male is on one side, the female is on the other. Has anyone ever heard of this happening? Thanks!
Every once in a while, this question surfaces among rabbit breeders, but I haven't yet heard a truly convincing answer, nothing but if's and maybe's.
Being a rabbit breeder myself, I have the worst time picturing how the heck the buck could belly up to the fence, position himself correctly, and then penetrate both the fence and the doe effectively.
Call me a Doubting Thomas, but until some sort of proof or documentation can be presented, I lean towards 'probably not' as an answer.
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