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    Young Bun jennehughes's Avatar
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    Default Quick reference House Rabbit Society's suggested daily vegetable and fruit

    I created this today to use as a go-to reference guide for the bunny room wall and to take out shopping with me and thought I'd share in case it's useful for anyone else


    the poster sized one is here: http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v6...urpicsbuns.jpg

    All of the information is from the House Rabbit Society's website here: http://www.rabbit.org/care/veggies.html

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    Actually very useful
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    Thats really useful.

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    thats very usuful although I didnt think bunnys could have lettuce due to the high water content? am I wrong ? also didnt realise they could have pineapple as thought it was acidic

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    Very useful, but I didn't think buns could have cherries, apricots, or peaches


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    That's a nice guide. My buns would be enormous if I let them have that much fruit though (they're pretty enormous as it is )

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    Quote Originally Posted by curlyanwurly View Post
    thats very usuful although I didnt think bunnys could have lettuce due to the high water content? am I wrong ? also didnt realise they could have pineapple as thought it was acidic
    Rabbits can have lettuce but not Iceburg. The high water content means they will just drink less.

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    If going by one cup = 225ml , so 4 x 2kg rabbits would be nearly 2 litres volume of green leafy veg!! I'd better get picking! I tend to use an old plastic mixing bowl and fill with a mixture of green leafy weeds and herbs, so I guess that is about right, but I rarely give mine fruit, apart from the occasional grape or strawberry.
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    Mushrooms??
    Really? Never heard of that one! Does anyone here feed them??

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