Bunnies like to eat timothy, oat and grass hay, and a variety of green leafed vegetables, such as lettuce, collard greens and kale. Bunnies also eat nutrient fortified timothy or alfalfa pellets. A bunny’s ideal diet var... More »

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Wild bunnies and rabbits are herbivores, feeding on greenery, flowers, clovers, fruits and vegetables and drinking water. During colder months, they forage for plant shoots, tree bark and pine needles. Kits, or baby rabb... More »

Wild bunnies are herbivores and eat all kinds of vegetable matter, including leaves, roots, plant stalks, and even flowers, nuts, and seeds. Unlike similar woodland herbivores, such as squirrels or rats, bunnies do not s... More »

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According to About.com, pet rabbits should have a diet that is mainly composed of fresh grass hay and vegetables. Pellets and occasional treats may be added as well to provide some variety. More »

Crops that gardeners and farmers harvest in the Northeast during the fall include lettuce, collard greens, Chinese cabbage, kale and cauliflower. Other hardy fall vegetable crops include turnips, spinach, beets, broccoli... More »

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Lionhead rabbits thrive on a diet primarily made up of hay or freeze-dried grass and fresh vegetables, with pet-food pellets making up less than half of an adult rabbit's diet. Young rabbits can be given a slightly large... More »

Rabbits require a balanced diet made up of different foods, such as hay, pellets and fresh vegetables. Hay is one of the most important components of a healthy rabbit diet and should be provided at all times. Pellet food... More »

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