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    I think that's ok, at least I hope so , mine get a bit each
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    i usually just have a normal whatever you call it cabbage, my dad got me some bits for the rabbits and a whole sweet heart cabbage just wanted to check its ok for them to eat before i gave them some.

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    On the list of safe foods is radish leaves.

    What about the actual radish?

    I have just bought some radish with leaves, will just give the leaves for now, so does anyone know? . . .

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    Can bunnies eat privet hedge? I'm not planning on feeding them vast quantities, it's just that the house we're buying has a hedge curving round the patio and I want to know if it's safe for them to be nibbling at it, or if I need to fence it off and maybe think about getting rid of it.

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    Nope Privet hedge leaves are poisonous, not a good idea. Although I did read somewhere that the berries are ok, but what's the point when there are other delicious things to eat instead. I'd get rid of it and build a fence or a wall (remembering rabbits can jump high and dig deep!)

    As for radishes, not sure about this one but do know that some people give them to their buns. It may be that the buns themselves just don't like the peppery taste. So jury's out on that one.
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    This link has lots of info.
    http://homepage.mac.com/mattocks/mor...care.html#bond

    Also, to view past posts, I think you just keep scrolling down then click on the next page number. good luck
    Jill

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    Hi All,

    Is mange tout ok? My Elvis loves it along with little cabbage leaves, peeled slices of apple and the occasional sprout. For some reason he wont eat carrots!

    Strange little bunny!


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    Lots of people seem to give their buns mange tout, however I don't but that's only my choice. I don't give any peas or pods to my buns. There seems to be several schools of thought:

    - peas are not to be given, but pods are ok
    - all parts (pea and pod) can be given
    - peas are poisonous (?)

    So I guess it's up to you, sorry if that's not much help
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    Thanks Lynda,

    Elvis loves it, hes been eating it for a few weeks and cant get enough of it along with celery and apple.

    I was just a bit concerned as it isnt on any of the lists on here.

    Thanks

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    Can they eat Thyme?

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