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.

We believe these foods to be safe if fed in moderation, with plenty of variety. As with many things, opinions on these differ and it is up to you to do your own research.

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 (including flowers/excluding leaves)

D

Dill

F

Fennel

J

Jerusalem Artichoke

K

Kale

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
Sow Thistle
Strawberry greens
Sunflowers

W

Willow leaves

Y

Yarrow