Rabbit diet

The majority of rabbits diets should be grass/hay and wild plants. Pellets should be viewed as a supplement, not a main food.

Rabbit need to be provided with a variety of safe wild plants. Here are a few places that have great info:

- 'Wild Nutrition & foraging for pet rabbits' facebook group

- 'Foraging for rabbits' book sold by the RWAF

Pellet brands:

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The vast majority of pellets on the market have poor quality ingredients that contribute to gut problems. Pellets should not have ingredients like soybean hulls, wheat feed, soybean meal or molasses 

Dried forage

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Our rabbits love having a handful of Readigrass mixed in with their hay.

We buy our bales of Timothy Hay from https://www.timothyhay.co.uk/

We also love the Ings hay from https://www.hay-and-straw.co.uk/

It's also worth finding out if you have a local farm shop that sells bales of good quality hay (usually £6-8 for a big bale), this is much cheaper than buying small bags from pet shops. They'll also likely sell big bales of Readigrass/Graze On

Look for nice greenish sweet-smelling hay.
Plastic wrapped bags of hay from pet shops are usually not good enough for rabbits to eat, they're often soft, chopped too short, brownish and the plastic wrap causes them to sweat and mould.

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