Is this ok for rabbits to eat?

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lilac

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I'm planning to grow some fresh grass indoors for my future bun to eat, since lots of people use fertilizers in my neighborhood and I don't want to risk getting grass from outside. Originally I was planning to simply grow some wheatgrass, but then I found this product and it looks a lot nicer than plain wheatgrass- does anyone know if rabbits could eat this?
Apparently it contains:
32% Lolium species from Oregon
31% tall fescue
9% red clover
9% alice white clover
4% fine fescue
3% california clover
3% kentucky bluegrass
.5% arrowleaf clover
1% other crop seed
 

Preitler

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Why not, it's just grasses and some clover.

What actually grows will depend on your location and soil, and on what survives being nibbled. I wouldn't expect that the forage to have the same amount of clover as the seed percentage under most circumstances.
 
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