This question was seen on a number of forums and I heard more about breeders to discuss the fact that rabbits changed gender. In fact rabbits who won prizes in the ARBA Conventions later only found out that they were actually a buck. Does this mean that a rabbit has changed sex?
Amazingly in nature there are times when an animal can change gender. Take a clown, for example. The clown lives in schools. In this school, a leadership structure led to a female clown. When the clown fish dies, the highest executive man takes over the woman and alters gender, including reproductive functions. However, this is rare for these types of biological changes. In fact, even fewer people have changed the gender due to 5-alpha reductase deficiency (5alpha-RD-2) or 17-beta-hydroxysteroid dehydrogenase deficiency (17beta-HSD-3).
Rabbits do not fall into the strange and rare animal category that changes the sex. The rabbit was born a buck, a dollar for six months, a buck for a year. The rabbit born doe will be doe for 6 months, will doe one year.
In the young age it is sometimes difficult for experienced breeders and even more difficult for inexperienced breeders to have sex with a rabbit. Most of the "gender change" rabbits are actually the result of rabbits that are badly breed by the breeder. We rarely made this mistake. You can usually trust a breeder who has been breeding for several years.
There are other factors that can contribute to badly picked rabbits. The penis a split penis often chases like a doe. Using non-trusted techniques to determine rabbit sex often results in errors. Soon there will be an article on how to properly fuck a rabbit.
The point is that it is genetically impossible for rabbits to change gender. Next time you hear it, remember it, a rabbit that was not properly sex.