How Much Do You Feed a Pregnant Rabbit?


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
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
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
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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