Essentials - Young Rabbit Food

Young rabbits need lots of fiber, as well as a good balance of protein and amino acids to keep them healthy and growing properly. Bunny Basics - Young Rabbit Food, which includes energy-dense alfalfa hay, was designed specifically to provide stabilized nutrients to keep young rabbits thriving. This feed also can be used to boost the nutrition of older rabbits with weight loss due to age or illness. Offer Bunny Basics - Young Rabbit Food in combination with Oxbow grass hays to ensure a healthy, balanced diet for young or active rabbits. Sizes: 5 lb, 10 lb, 25 lb

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Premium Ingredients

  • Alfalfa Hay = Beneficial Fiber and Protein
  • Soy Products = Fiber, Balanced Protein, Healthy Fat
  • Wheat = Ideal Carbohydrate and Energy Source

Ingredients

Alfalfa Meal, Soybean Hulls, Wheat Middlings, Soybean Oil, Salt, Cane Molasses, Lignin Sulfonate, Limestone, Yeast Culture (dehydrated), Vitamin E Supplement, Choline Chloride, Zinc Proteinate, Zinc Sulfate, Ferrous Sulfate, Niacin, Copper Sulfate, Selenium Yeast, Vitamin A Supplement, Folic Acid, d-Calcium Pantothenate, Copper Proteinate, Riboflavin Supplement, Manganese Proteinate, Biotin, Manganous Oxide, Thiamine Mononitrate, Magnesium Sulfate, Vitamin B12 Supplement, Sodium Selenite, Pyridoxine Hydrochloride, Cobalt Carbonate, Vitamin D3 Supplement, Calcium Iodate

Guaranteed Analysis

  • Crude Protein (min) 15.00%
  • Crude Fat (min) 2.50%
  • Crude Fiber (min) 22.00%
  • Crude Fiber (max) 25.00%
  • Moisture (max) 10.00%
  • Calcium (min) 0.50%
  • Calcium (max) 1.00%
  • Phosphorus (min) 0.25%
  • Copper (min) 30 ppm
  • Vitamin A (min) 19,000 IU/kg
  • Vitamin D (min) 900 IU/kg
  • Vitamin E (min) 190 IU/kg

Feeding Directions

Growing (under one year)

Unlimited pellets daily in addition to unlimited grass hay.

Pregnant/Nursing

Unlimited pellets daily in addition to unlimited grass hay. Alfalfa hay may be given in small quantities.

Please note that these are guidelines. If your rabbit is overweight or underweight, please contact your veterinarian or Oxbow for more specific feeding information.

Seventy-five percent of your rabbit's diet should be grass hay. Oxbow offers a variety of hand-selected, high-fiber hays to enrich the life and health of your pet.

Transitioning to a New Food: Week 1, mix 3 parts current food with 1 part new food. Week 2, mix 2 parts current food with 2 parts new food. Week 3, mix 1 part current food with 3 parts new food. Week four, feed Oxbow Essentials Young Rabbit Food exclusively.

Bunny Basics - Young Rabbit Food is an alfalfa-based pellet created especially for the specific dietary needs of the young or active rabbit. Rabbits are strict herbivores and a diet high in fiber is essential for maintaining good health. Alfalfa hay is used to provide an optimized balanced protein source, containing the amino acids required for the growth and health of your rabbit.

Bunny Basics - Young Rabbit can be fed to older rabbits having problems maintaining weight due to age or illness. When supplemented with free-choice grass hay, Bunny Basics - Young Rabbit may also be fed to pregnant or nursing rabbits.

Young bunnies have different nutritional needs than those of adult pet rabbits. Oxbow's fresh-from-the-farm Bunny Basics - Young Rabbit Food fulfills those unique dietary requirements.

Always change your rabbit's food gradually to allow the digestive system time to adapt. Some rabbits are resistant to change, so time and patience are needed when switching feeds.

“Our indoor bunny Sir Francis started eating Oxbow hay when he was 1 year old. He is now a healthy 7 1/2 years old and loves the timothy pellets, timothy hay, and an occasional handful of oat hay. These mainstays of his diet have kept him happy and active for all of these years. Sir Francis gives your products two paws up! Keep up the excellent work and thanks for the support and honest service.”
Ken from Florida

“My veterinarian told me about Oxbow when I adopted a baby bunny. She is thriving and I owe her good health to the great nutrition the Oxbow provides.”
Janet from Ohio

“I tell my clients that I've been involved with rabbits for over 35 years and with confidence recommend feeding Bunny Basics. It is our hospital diet of choice.”
Dr. Sam Ristich
Indian Prairie Animal Hospital - Aurora, IL