Important to know!
Slowly introduce unfamiliar plants or amounts into the diet to prevent digestive problems.
This is especially for animals who, up to this point, have been given fresh food in rations. This is because they tend to eat too fast and in too large an amount. Usually the migration works with many small portions given separately over the course of the day. Over time you should slowly increase the volume of each portion.
Grasses, Herbs, Leaves & Flowers
If you have a choice, you should feed rabbits as appopriately as possible. They should be fed a high portion of grasses, leaves, flowers & herbs.
Has a healing effect with digestive disease.
If fed fresh, the young plants are most suitable.
Diuretic and analgesic.
Helps with digestion.
Diuretic and good for the liver.
There are lots of different grasses. A few are poisonous. Always introduce fresh grass very slowly.
Never feed mowed grass.
Helps with bowel complaints and breathing difficulties.
Just feed in very small amounts as is flatulant and can lead to diarrhea.
Taraxacum sect. Ruderalia
Diuretic and good with kidney disease.
May colour the urine red.
Fresh form should be only rarely given. Has very high protein and calcium content.
In large amounts is unhealthy.
Good with kidney problems.
Good for the liver.
Good for the heart.
Good with gastrointestinal problems.
Good for intestinal problems.
Promotes contractions in pregnancy.
Helps with intestinal problems.
Ribwort Plantain & Plantain
Plantago lanceolata & Plantago major
Helps with intestinal, kidney and bladder disease as well as coughing and cold.