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The idea of giving my rabbits twigs to chew is new to me, so I'm learning all I can about what is and isn't safe. I'm happy to buy some (like willow) but I live in a small town in a rural area and there are lots of trees locally. I was told maple twigs are safe if they are baked? How long would you bake and at what temperature? Are there any twigs that are safe to give when they are fresh? What about apple twigs, do they need to be baked? Any additional info would be appreciated .
I'm also interested in growing herbs indoors for my rabbit, I have a safe list of herbs from the excellent article about vegetables on rabbit.org, but any tips or hints about herbs for rabbits (fresh or dried) would be great.
Thanks very much,