In the wild rabbits would forage for a variety of different foods to benefit from a good nutritional mix. Keep things interesting for your rabbits by mixing and matching foods on the list below.

Supermarket foods

B

Basil
Broccoli
Beetroot greens

C

Cabbage (dark green varieties)
Carrot tops and roots as a treat
Cauliflower including the leaves
Celeriac
Celery
Coriander
Curly kale
Courgette

D

Dill

F

Fennel

J

Jerusalem Artichoke

M

Mint
Marrow

P

Parsley
Pepper
Pumpkin

R

Radish greens and roots
Rocket

S

Salad greens/lettuce (not many of these as they can make poos runny)
Spinach
Spring greens
Sprouts – but if you get them a sprout tree be careful of how much of the stalk they eat as it’s very tough
Squash (any type – including cucumber)
Sweet potatoes (as a treat)

T

Thyme

W

Watercress

In the wild (or garden!)

A

Agrimony
Apple leaves and twigs
Avens

B

Blackberry leaves
Blackcurrant leaves
Burdock

C

Camomile
Calendula
Cleavers (goosegrass or sticky weed)
Cornflower
Common mallow
Chamomile
Currant

D

Dandelions

E

Echinacia

G

Goats rue
Golden rod

H

Hawthorn
Hazel

J

Jerusalem artichoke

L

Lemon balm
Lady’s Mantle

M

Marigold
Melilote
Mulberry

N

Nasturtium

P

Plantain (broad leaf and ribwort)
Pear leaves and twigs

R

Raspberry leaves
Rosebay willowherb (fireweed)
Roses (leaves and flowers)

S

Shepherd’s purse
Strawberry greens
Sunflowers

W

Willow leaves

Y

Yarrow