Kevin Sanders wrote:I know its good for a fertilizer but what else could I use it for?
No, not exactly. They make two different kinds of pellets. The one they eat after their food goes through the first time is soft and green - like a goat's cud, not like poop. Their poo pellets are just poo and they do not re-eat them. I find it to be pretty equivalent to goat poo as far as the effect it has on my plants, no better, no worse.
rabbits are not efficient at deriving nourishment from what they eat; they often eat their own poo at least one time through for that reason. I think that rabbit poo is likely, for that reason, to contain a lot of broken down but unabsorbed nutrients that are superior plant food.
Al Senner wrote:a word of warning. i got enough rabbit waste from a neighbor to cover my garden about 2in during the winter. spring came and i planted and my plants were burned.
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