What Do Jack Rabbits Eat?

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Jack rabbits are herbivores and have diets that mainly consist of plants. They primarily eat grass and flowers. These plants have high water content so they do not need to drink very much water. They also sometimes eat small rodents.
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Jack rabbits like to eat a variety of herbs and shrubs. Jack rabbits to not eat meat at all. If you are a gardener, jack rabbits can become a problem for you because they like to eat the crops. You can find more information here: http://www.desertusa.com/july96/du_rabbi.html
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Well, they are strict vegetarians and stick mostly to herbs and shrubs. In farming areas, they can be quite a problem and have even been known to cause problems with young orchards.
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Large carnivores, in particular coyotes, sometimes depend on jackrabbits as their primary food source. Other canids partial to jackrabbits include foxes and wolves. Domestic dogs
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I think all sorts of animals in the forest would eat a jack rabbit. But mostly I think a fox would.
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Dear Jessica, In the wild, jackrabbits eat all types of herbaceous plants and grasses that grow seasonally in the desert. In spring, when soft plants are plentiful, that's what they
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