How Much Do You Feed a Pregnant Rabbit?

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Rabbits are herbivores and their diet should consist almost entirely of vegetable matter. You should feed a rabbit twice a day normally, but for a pregnant doe, you should ensure that she has food available at all times, both during and after the pregnancy.
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First of all, don't feed tham more than twice a day and once a day is sufficient. Introduce pellets as soon as possible but if you have to bottle feed use a formula like KMR, not
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Rabbits are pretty well always pregnant as to the analogy "breed like rabbits" feed it what u would normally feed it vegetable mater left overs from dinner etc anything
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1. Pile on the green. While domestic rabbits do just fine with hay, commercial rabbit food and the occasional fresh treat, cottontails are used to eating a green diet of fresh vegetables
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1 Give your rabbit plenty of hay. Hay is the most important part of your rabbit's diet, since it provides lots of fiber to aid digestion. A grass hay such as timothy should be available
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