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How much should a rabbit eat daily?
A 3 month old rabbit should eat a lot. Fresh rabbit mix in a bowl everyday. Also Fresh Carrots, spinach, corn on the cob, silverbeet, apple, pear. Throw away left overs every …day. Paula
that's hard to answer with out more information. It all depends on the size and age of your horse. it also depends on how much work your horse does. on the back of the sack …of horse feed.. it tells you the guideline daily amounts and how much your horse should approximately be eating
3 times a day. morning, afternoon, and night.
at least 2 servings
This depends on how much you need to eat but if you want the answerI suggest you look it up on a health website such as health.com.
that depends, are you a vampire?
At least 3 times for breakfest,lunch,and dinner.
I would say about 20-55
5-8oz. of cheese is the recommended daily amount of cheese!
There is not prescribed amount, but many people around the world eat about a half cup of yogurt with breakfast almost every morning.
Well, for pellets, for every five pounds, give them a fourth of a cup. And they always need unlimited hay! It is the STAPLE of their diet. Whenever it is low, always put more.… But don't do that with pellets. And without saying, bunnies always need water. And a few grens are a good idea, too.
No more than 2 ounces per serving and should only be served at most 3 times a week. Otherwise they could get diarrhea and die. Should only be fed as a treat, not a staple.
They need alfalfa pellets and fresh water daily. They also eat just about any fresh vegetable except things from the cabbage family, i.e.: brussel sprouts, broccoli, cauliflow…er. They also like some fresh fruits like apples and strawberries.
According to the Greek's you need to have at least 1 tbs a day.
Fruit must be limited in a rabbit's diet because too much can make a rabbit sick. The House Rabbit Society advises no more than 2 tablespoons of fruit or sugary vegetable (lik…e carrot) per day for a normal, healthy 6 pound adult rabbit. See the related question below for more info about the rabbit diet.