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Also, if you have a local vet some of them sell rabbit food. You can ask your vet to order in Oxbow pellets to sell to you regularly, which may make it worth her while.
Any pellets from the tractor store need to be plain with no additives (like yogurt drops). If you get the names, you can find their website and look up Oxbow's pellets and compare lists of nutrition content. You want lowest fat content in the ones you buy.