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    Default Help with grass!

    Hi all,

    I recently got two new little bunnies around 4 months old. I have been slowly introducing them to grass that I have grown but was just wondering if it would be OK to put their run out on the grass pictured. It's obviously a little dry because of the current heatwave in the UK. Just would like to know if it is OK for my bunnies to graze on this type of grass.

    Many thanks,

    Tony

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    Mama Doe
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    The bunnies will be fine on it - it's basically hay at the moment. They may dig or damage the area where the run is, so you may need to move it every couple of days to even out the wear.

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    Oh yea they'll be absolutely fine on it mine have been running about on it x

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    Quote Originally Posted by tonrow View Post
    Hi all,

    I recently got two new little bunnies around 4 months old. I have been slowly introducing them to grass that I have grown but was just wondering if it would be OK to put their run out on the grass pictured. It's obviously a little dry because of the current heatwave in the UK. Just would like to know if it is OK for my bunnies to graze on this type of grass.

    Many thanks,

    Tony

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    That should be fine, especially as you've been introducing them to the grass anyway

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    I would start a new thread as not many people will see your post.

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    Why not - it's just hay (I don't mean the cannabis...) Our rabbits live in the garden, spend several hour outside and graze on it quite happily. It looks like your picture due to the unusually dry summer we have had.

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