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Join Date: Jun 2007
Location: Southern-ish Minnesota
Yes, get alfalfa based for your buns, and switch them to Timothy based once they are about 1 year old. Timothy is lower in calories and calcium than alfalfa is, so that's why you switch once they are adults... Other wise you'll end up with a chubby bunny!
Yup, Oxbow makes a really good rabbit food! It's pretty popular.
They only difference between the "Juvenile" and "Adult" rabbit food is what kind of hay is used in the pellets. Anything that is alfalfa based can be used for younger buns, and anything that is Timothy based can be used for adults.
Does that make more sense?
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