Forage Blends

Forage Blends For Rabbits – Provide Mental Stimulation And Dietary Variety

Forage blends are mixtures of edible plants and herbs designed to add diversity to a rabbit’s diet. They contain herbs, flowers, veggies, and botanicals to satisfy rabbits’ natural foraging instincts.

Forage blends promote healthy digestion, encourage natural behaviours, and prevent boredom with new textures and flavours.

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Forage Blends

Bunny Delight

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Forage Blends

Flower & Herb Salad

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A Bunny Buffet – What’s In Those Tasty Mixes?

Forage blends for rabbits are mixtures of herbs, flowers, vegetables, fruits, and other edible plants designed to mimic the diverse diet rabbits would eat in the wild.

They provide mental stimulation, encourage natural foraging behaviours, and add nutritional variety to a rabbit’s diet.

Forage Blends For Rabbits – More Than Just A Tasty Treat

  • Promote natural foraging behaviours and prevent boredom. Rabbits instinctively forage and graze for many hours per day. Forage blends satisfy this need for mental stimulation.
  • Add a diversity of flavours, textures, and nutrition. Rabbits benefit from eating a wide variety of plants. Forage blends provide novel tastes and nutrition.
  • Support digestive health. The fibre, vitamins, and phytonutrients in forage plants aid digestion. Rotating different forage keeps the gut microbiome diverse.
  • Provide enrichment. Foraging is an important natural behaviour for rabbits. Scattering forage in the enclosure gives rabbits an activity to engage in.
  • Safe treats. Unlike sugary commercial treats, forage plants are low-calorie, all-natural, and safe for regular feeding.

Just4rabbits Forage – What Goes Into Our Tasty Bunny Blends?

  • Herbs: Spearmint, Lavender, Chamomile
  • Flowers: Marigolds, Hibiscus, Roses, Cornflowers, Chamomile
  • Leaves: Dandelion, Nettle, Raspberry, Blackcurrant, Lemon Balm, Linden, Plantain
  • Stems and Stalks: Parsley, Dill, Echinacea

Mixed Forage Blends And Salads For Rabbits – Your Questions Answered

The best forage blends for rabbits includes a diverse mix of edible plants like herbs, vegetables, flowers, and weed leaves. This provides mental stimulation and a range of nutrients. Good options are mint, basil, dill, dandelions, chamomile, hibiscus, and raspberry leaves.

To make a rabbit forage mix, combine dried herbs, edible flowers, leaves, veggies, greens, and botanicals. Mix in various textures and flavours. Choose rabbit-safe plants and exclude any toxic ones. Package the blend in breathable bags and store in airtight containers.

Good calming forages for anxious rabbits include chamomile, lemon balm, lavender, mint, and hibiscus. These herbs have calming properties. Providing forage also reduces boredom-related stress.

Forage blends can be fed daily but in moderation. About 1-2 packed cups per 6 lbs of body weight is a good guideline. Spread out the forage in their enclosure to encourage natural grazing.

No, forage blends should not be the sole component of a rabbit’s diet. They are meant as supplementation in addition to hay, pellets, and fresh greens. Forage provides more variety, not complete nutrition.

Yes, you can grow herbs, vegetables, and edible flowers in your garden to create fresh forage for rabbits. Choose pesticide-free plants. Introduce new forages slowly and monitor your rabbit’s diet.

Store dried forage blends in a cool, dark place in an airtight container. Refrigerate leafy greens after opening to preserve nutrients. Discard any uneaten portion after a few days to avoid spoilage.

Check Out These Hoppy Testimonials For Our Favourite Mixes

“This smells fantastic and the rabbits love it! Great product, good value,” – Lisa ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

“Brilliant blends which are great to add to hay for some foraging fun!” – Emily ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

“All these blends are fantastic, I love making up forage boxes for my animals with them. All my rabbits and Guinea pigs love them.”- Alison ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐