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So I was thinking about switching the bunnies to a non pelleted diet, which means I would only feed them hay and veggies. Can anyone give me any pointers on how to do this and how much veggies I would actually need to feed daily? Oh and how much variety? I feed 4 different kinds of veggies now, but usually switch out one a week.
Is it healthier to have a bunny on a non pelleted diet? Less expensive/more expensive/about the same?
I have two bunnies so I would need to buy a whole lot of veggies I bet!
Posted By Sarita on 09/15/2012 04:39 PM
I would do 1/4 cup and don't buy a big bag, it will take you forever to go through that if you are feeding them the right amount of pellets. I think 1/4 cup each is more than plenty - you want to encourage them eating hay after all.
Yeah I don't think I need the big bag but I am inquiring about it anyways just in case. After I reduce to 1/4 cup could I reduce even lower to something so they will eat more hay?