The natural habitat of rabbits are meadows and forest edges. As folivorous animals their diet consists of a wide variety of green plants. Nature supplements this selection with roots,vegetables and fruit. The rabbits natural habitat is exemplary for the development of bunnyNature species-appropriate products.
growth of permanent meadows (timothy, meadow fescue, meadow foxtail, German ryegrass, red fescue, blue grass, cocksfoot, velvet grass, annual panicle grass, white ragweed, vernal grass, couch grass, tussock grass, reed canary grass, white clover, red clover, dandelion leaves, yarrow herb, ribwort, caraway, cow parsley, meadow sweet, common hornwort, bedstraw, thyme-leaved speedwell, bush vetch, comfrey, bedstraw-meadow thistle, ground ivy, daisies, germander speedwell, lady’s mantle, greater burnet-saxifrage, narrow-leaved vetch, meadow saxifrage, spring cinquefoil, green field-speedwell, common whitlow-grass, autumn dandelion, red ragweed, cowslip, small clover), oat peel bran, sunflower seed extracted, wheat bran, carrot pomace, Linseed extracted, fruit pomace, rape seed extracted, linseed, lignocellulose, Camomile blossoms (0,7%), peppermint leaves (0,3%), sage leaves (0,1%)
|Crude oils and crude fats||2.8%|
Fill the feeding bowl with RabbitDream ORAL and wait until all the food has been eaten before refilling. Give the animal high-quality bunny hay and fresh, lukewarm water every day.