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CochinBrahmaLover wrote:Well, alfalfa isn't ideal for adults due to the high calcium content which can cause issues. But it's great for babies
This can be true , and also confusing, as a lot of variables enter into this equation, such as - do your rabbits have health problems, are they old pets, or breeding stock, are they getting grass hay with alfalfa based pellets, or are they getting alfalfa with alfalfa based pellets , what else are you feeding? some plants make the problem better , some worse, -- etc.
When deciding what is good and bad for your rabbits some research should be done on the whole diet being fed and not just a little on an individual plant, also the difference between dry feeds and fresh green feeds is huge.
I feed a lot of kale, and weeds, [including dandelion] -adding alfalfa to this already calcium rich diet might be too much for older rabbits--..
hard neck garlic varieties for fall planting.
meat-mutt rabbits, a few laying hens, and too many ducks..
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I'd just rather not take the risk.
__________ Fri Jan 09, 2015 2:49 pm __________
Hey Guys, you know when we were talking about our state rabbit selling laws in this forum?
Look what I found! http://kpr.craigslist.org/grd/4818006513.html
Sent 'em a nasty letter about their unlawfulness. ....... Just kidding! Haha, just sent them an e-mail informing them of the state law.
Found a handy website with the state laws about it too: http://wabbitwiki.com/wiki/Rabbit_sale_laws_in_the_US
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