(list from mybunny.org)
|Alfalfa, Radish And Clover Sprouts|
Carrots And Tops1
Dandelion Greens (Pesticide Free!)
Grass - Freshly Cut From Your Backyard,
If You Are Sure There Are No Chemicals, Fertilizers, Poisons (Park Grass Usually Has One Or All Of These)
Pea Pods (A.K.A. Chinese Pea Pods)1
Peppers (green, red, yellow...)
Squash: Zucchini, Yellow, Butternut, Pumpkin
Various Lettuces, Avoid Very Light Hearts: Romaine, Butter, Green Leaf, Boston, Bibb, Arugula... No Iceberg
1 Good source of vitamin A, feed at least one daily
2 Some bunnies may find this a rather "gassy" veggie. If diarrhea occurs, remove from diet.
3 These veggies are higher in calcium, use sparingly, once or twice a week. For older buns, or those with bladder or kidney problems, avoid, unless otherwise directed by your rabbit vet.
4 High in either oxalates or goitrogens, which can cause or exacerbate sludging, and other calcium/kidney problems. Use sparingly!
A lot of people say all lettuce is poison to rabbits, let me know your thoughts on this.
Also if you see anything that should not be on this list, or something that they forgot, please leave a comment.