Rabbit Feed—16% Power-Pak Rabbit Pellets
Power Pak Rabbit Pellets are a complete feed nutritionally formulated to be fed to all classes
of rabbits in all life stages.
- It is a complete feed and requires no supplementation.
- Pelleted formula reduces waste.
- Contains quality plant proteins.
- Contains no added hormones or anti-biotics.
- Yeast cultures are included in the formula to aid in digestion.
- Can be fed to a variety of rabbits in all life stages.
- Small rabbits (2-3lbs) 2-4 ounces per day
- Medium rabbits (3-6lbs) 3-7 ounces per day
- Large rabbits (6-12lbs) 4-12 ounces per day
- Giant breed rabbits (12lbs and over) 6-14 ounces per day
- Lactating does- feed free choice
- Newly weaned bunnies- feed free choice
Tips for feeding:
- Provide plenty of fresh, clean water at all times.
- Monitor your rabbit’s weight and adjust the amount of feed provided accordingly.
- When changing feeds, make the change gradually over a week or more by slowly increasing the amount of the new feed and decreasing the amount of old feed until your rabbit is eating only the new feed.
- Never feed moldy feed or feed containing insects.
Conveniently available in 3 sizes:
- 8lb bag (#316860)
- 25lb bag (#26110)
- 50lb bag (#22829)
Pet Rabbit Checklist
- Feed: Make sure to buy a quality brand of rabbit pellets such as Power-Pak Rabbit Pellets from Buchheit Agriculture. It is a complete feed designed to be fed to a variety of rabbits in all stages of life. You can find rabbit food containers/dishes at a Buchheit store near you.
- Hay: Hay is an important for many reasons including: provides fiber in the diet, entertainment and nesting material. You can find grass hay bales and small packages of timothy hay at your local Buchheit store.
- Water: Rabbits need plenty of fresh, clean water. You can find water bottles in the pet department of your neighborhood Buchheit store.
- Shelter/Cage: Your rabbit will need a hutch or a cage. Make sure that it is predator proof and provides protection from the elements.
- Bedding: There are many choices for bedding. You can use pine shavings, wood pellets, straw, hay or corncob bedding. Make sure to change the bedding often.