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What to feed your rabbit





Supposed to eat the grass Fuzzy Grass, apples (without core and seeds), basil, alfalfa, radish, clover, beet greens, broccoli (leaves and stems), brussel sprouts, carrots (treat only), celery, chicory, cilantro, dandelions, dill, tops of dutch carrots, endive, parsley, pea pods, cos lettuce, spinach, watercress, wheatgrass, unlimited amounts of hay. Wild rabbits eat mainly grass. So letting your rabbit out into the backyard to nibble grass is a great idea.



Bunny treats
We like to give a sultana and a craisin. Other treats can include almonds and chopped up carrot pieces. Some bunnys like Bananas and Strawberrys. All treats should be fed sparingly, or you will get a fat unhealthy rabbit.



Growing food for your bunny
baby silverbeet You can grow your own vegies and grass for your rabbit. Even if you don't have a backyard, bunny greens can be grown in pots. Rabbits love the green carrot tops. Try planting the tops from dutch carrots. Silverbeet, parsley and endives can be grown quite easily. This is some silverbeet that has been growing from seeds. Most bunnys cannot resist parsley.


 
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