Angora rabbits can eat fresh vegetables and can be fed with fresh weeds, carrots, radish leaves, Chinese cabbage, oranges, bananas every three days. Occasionally, some trace elements are added to their food to maintain a balanced nutrition and improve their physical fitness. It is important to wash the vegetables and fruits and wipe the water stains dry before feeding.
During the usual feeding process, you can eat rabbit food, dry grass, and also feed fresh vegetables appropriately, such as cabbage, oilseeds, green vegetables, etc. However, before feeding, you should clean the vegetables thoroughly to prevent pesticide residues, and the washed green vegetables should also be wiped dry to prevent Angora rabbits from diarrhea.
The manufacturer of Mengyin Changmao Rabbit reminds that rabbits can be fed green vegetables, wild grass, and fruits, but some irritating plants and foods such as ginger, garlic, coffee, chocolate, etc. should not be eaten. When feeding, it is recommended to use dry grass and rabbit food as the main food. Green vegetables and fruits should be fed every three days, and occasionally trace elements should be added to the main food to ensure the nutritional balance of Angora rabbits.
If feeding hay or rabbit food for a long time, it is necessary to have an appropriate amount of water in a basin for it to drink. Rabbits do not drink water without it. They consume enough water in their daily diet to meet their needs, but this dry food lacks water. If there is no water provided, it may lead to dehydration and disease.
Angora rabbits can eat fruits, but cannot eat the core, skin, and seeds of fruits. These objects contain cyanide, which may lead to poisoning after ingestion. At the same time, they cannot eat more fruits and can only feed one piece at a time. Most fruits that can be consumed by humans can be fed to rabbits.
The vitamins and minerals in fruits are more needed by Angora rabbits, and these elements are natural, so there is no need to worry about poisoning. At the same time, some fruits with high water content can also replenish the body water of Angora rabbits. It is recommended to feed them after eating rabbit food and hay to replenish the water lacking in dry food.
However, it is also important to note that pups should not be fed fruits, and rabbits with teeth problems should not be fed fruits. Some fruits may damage their teeth, and rabbits with diarrhea or bloating should not eat them. Rabbits suspected of digestive tract diseases or those with existing diseases should also not eat them to avoid exacerbating the progression of the disease. For more related rabbit farming matters, come to our website http://www.inxfhmh.cn Consult!