Gatabi Rabbits

Striving to produce show quality Rabbits

what to feed a rabbit

1)Always fresh and clean water.

2) Good quality hay, clean teff, Eragrostis , veld or meadow hay ideally available each day

3) Good quality Rabbit Pellets  ( 80 grams for a big breed - or 40 grams for a dwarf breed ) 

Food must be free from Pesticides and washed

Your rabbit will also enjoy:


Fresh Branches for chewing with leaves ie: Apple, Pear, Quince, Birch, Poplar, Mulberrry, Peach, 

Fresh Food ( once or twice a day) 

Veggies are an important part of a rabbits daily diet. Buy organic veggies when possible or grow your own supply, when possible


Good staples:

Grass clippings from mature stalky grass

turnip greens

Mustard Greens


Beetroot greens

Radish Greens

Carrot greens

Endives / cilandro


Fennel with leaves



Sweet Potatoe

Pumpkin / Butternut ( peeled, pips removed) 

Good, But not daily:

Rocket, Kale, Carrots, Green carrot tops, Turnips, Sweet potaoe greens, wheat grass, parsley, Maize leaves, Zuchini/ marrow, Calendula, Dandelion, Mulberry leaves


Ocasionally ( test with small amounts first, then increase):

Chinease cabbage, Pok Choy, Cauliflower with leaves, Broccoli with leaves, Brussel sprout, Parsnip


Occasionally: small amounts:

Lucerne / clover, Spinach, Swiss chard, Hibiscus flower, Lettuce, sunflower leaves, Water cress, Borage, Strawerry leaves, Brambleberry leaves, Comfrey, Cress, Dill, Watercress, Estragon, Chamomile, Lemon Balm, Dhania/ Coriander, Marjoram, Oregano, Thyme, Rosemary,Sage, Tomatoe ( fruit- not the plant), Red and yellow peppers, cucumber,