Our Diet

We feed our bunnies a very robust diet. Kits - 3 months, are fed bean sprouts, green beans, and cauliflower. 3 months and older get cabbage, broccoli, cauliflower, and green beans. We feed a high quality oat bread, pellets, alfalfa, and our house blend Bunny Granola. They are free fed pellets and bunny granola. I feed timothy hay to all of our Flemish. 

We feed Nutrena (Nature Wise) Performance Rabbit Feed 18% Pellet. 

Nutritional requirements for rabbits for more information. 

Our Kits - up to 3 months old: 

During these formidable growth weeks the focus on a high consumption diet is very crucial. We free feed the pellets, bunny granola, and timothy hay. We offer up to one half (1/2)- one (1) pound of  vegetables daily. These vegetables are ONLY green beans, bean sprouts, and cauliflower. As much as the bunny will eat within 4 hours. 

Our Juniors and Intermediate - 3 months - 8 months: 

We free feed the pellets, bunny granola, and alfalfa. We offer up to four (4) pounds of vegetables daily. As much as the bunny will eat within a 24 hour period. 

Our Seniors: 

We free feed the pellets, bunny granola, and timothy hay. We offer up to two (2) pounds of vegetables daily. As much as the bunny will eat within 24 hours. 

Feeding Rabbits Vegetables and Fruits 

Water: 

All of our bunnies are provide CHILLED water via an inline system with a 220 gallon storage tank. The supply lines are insulated to keep the water cool in the hot months. The water is moved through the system with a pump.

Foods Rabbits Can Eat And Can’t Eat (2018 EDITION)

Everyone knows rabbits are adorable pets. If you love animals and like them around you all the time, you will definitely love to have a bunny. Despite the usual problems that any house pet can cause, a rabbit can easily become your best furry friend. 

Because of this you will want to care for your fluff ball in the best possible way and provide it with a proper rabbit house, daily playtime, fresh water, and the best possible food and treats. It's especially important to know what foods your rabbit can and can't eat because some foods can cause serious digestive problems or even kill your rabbit. 

To make sure you keep your bunny safe check out these 111 foods rabbits can and can't eat. 

More safe, fruits, vegetables, herbs, and plants suitable for rabbits.