Now that winter is over and things are growing, I've been doing lots of foraging for food for the animals. I spend a few minutes twice a day gathering plants from our property for feeding the rabbits. Mostly I pull grass, clover, plantain, dandelion, lambs quarters, and paper mulberry leaves. I give each rabbit a good bit of vegetation twice a day, and they love it. Well, most of them do. Then I supplement with hay and rabbit pellets. It's so neat learning which rabbits prefer which foods.
This rabbit below is my small buck (for sale, if you're looking for a nice bunny). He gets a few greens, but he doesn't really care for them much. He prefers his pellets, and sometimes he'll eat hay.
This is Radish, my American Chinchilla/Silver Fox buck. He loves, loves, loves anything I pick for him. His favorite is paper mulberry, but he also loves the other stuff too. He doesn't care for hay as much.
This is Parsnip, my female who has not yet been bred. She enjoys her greens too, but she adores hay. I can put a big handful in for her breakfast and it'll be gone by afternoon. She likes pellets too of course. They all love pellets.