How Old Does a Wild Bunny Have to Be for It to Eat Solid Food?

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A wild bunny only needs to be about 6 to 8 weeks old before they start eating solid food. They will start eating grasses and such, a few weeks before that, though.
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Wild bunnies are herbivores which means that they eat vegetation. So this means that they eat grass and clover. They will also eat plants from the garden so make sure you keep them
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Hay, carrots, and rabbit pellets. Hand feed them until they are 14 days old. At
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1 Get your pediatrician' s approval before following these suggestions. If baby is six months or older and is rejecting solids, you should talk to your pediatrician about it anyway.
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usual as a regular bunny carrots, lettuce stuff like that
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