Rabbits should never be fed corn. Besides corn being a main ingredient, the rest of the extra foods in this are high sugar content foods (raisins, pineapple) and should only be fed in tiny portions, not every single day. This is so unhealthy for your rabbit. Please do research before purchasing food like this for your rabbit.
I like this rabbit food more than the regular one I buy which was out of stock at the time. So does my bunny.
Our lop loves this mix. The kids love to pick out the little yummy bits to feed her. We don’t feed this to her as her main food source but will add some small scoops of it to her regular pellets and she enjoys it. The “vital” biscuits are a great training treat.
Our rabbit rejects all other foods except Brown's Tropical Carnival Gourmet Rabbit Food. The excellent mix contains a variety of healthy nuts, fruit and grass pellets that provides great nutrition for our pet rabbit. Fully recommend it!
Groot, out Holland Long ear, loves this food, and honestly with all the fun treats (dried fruit) in there, I don’t blame him
My rabbit loves this food! Tried different ones on occasion but she likes the different foods in this brand!
This food is not good for rabbits and will cause gut issues. Kent brand rabbit pellets are MUCH healthier and cheaper- only 20$ for a 50lb bag at most fleet farms. Don't waste your money and risk your pet's health with this cheap junk
This is my bunnies favorite food. I've tried a lot of brands and there is usually something that she leaves behind. Not with this food. She eats it all. The banana chips are her favs!
i have a mature bunny and he isn't able to chew like he used to. I was given this food by a friend, their bunny passed, and low and behold my bunny loves it. He goes to town when i fill his bowl. I would recommend this for mature bunnies.
DO NOT feed this to rabbits. WAY too high in sugar. rabbits can NOT digest seeds and grains properly and it is BAD for their health. This can make your rabbit very sick. Only oxbow and sherwood pellets care about rabbit nutrition I would never feed my rabbits anything else. pellets should ideally only contain HAY. will they love it? sure it is full of fruit and sugar. but it's not worth the expensive vet visits or risking losing your pet for.