Feeding rabbits

Many producers raise rabbits because it requires relatively little space, little time and therefore lets you earn some money quickly. For the rabbit to grow well and multiply quickly you need to feed it well. Dry the wet fodder before giving it to the rabbit the next day. This will prevent the animal from getting diarrhea caused by parasites that are on the leaves that are wet from dew or rain. In addition, drying allows the forage to lose a little water. This will prevent the animal’s stomach from bloating. If possible, complement the fodder with concentrate feed. Concentrate feed is a mixture of food that gives rabbits protein, energy, minerals and vitamins.

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