I'm new to raising meat rabbits and still researching, and thanks for this wonderful thread, but let me fly with a few ideas... What about Comfrey, the root propagated kind (not sure if answered earlier and thread is looooong) Wheat sprouts? and other grain sprouts for that matter... maybe grown in winter? Duckweed? I read somewhere that people grow for animal feed. I am also thinking of an aquaponics corner in my basement as some people grow the duckweed for fish food... http://www.mobot.org/jwcross/duckweed/feed-supplement.htm That site lists a link back to HT about duckweed for rabbits but I didn't find it here... "Duckweed is probably the fastest growing multi-cellular plant. It grows naturally on waste water and can double its weight in 24 hours. It is unique amongst plants in that its protein content can be manipulated according the nitrogen content of the water in which it is growing. This is important because it integrates with the biodigester. It is the ideal water plant to introduce into an integrated farming system because it can use the nitrogen in the effluent coming from the biodigester to enrich its protein content to a level only slightly lower than Soya Bean, approaching 35%. In terms of protein production, grown under ideal conditions in can produce 10 tonnes of protein per hectare per year. This compares with Soya bean which produces less than 1 tonne per year. Duckweed is good for the environment because it doesnât require artificial fertilizers, on the contrary it cleans up waste by removing organic and inorganic nitrogen coming from decomposition of organic matter, contributing to the fight against eutrophication. It doesnât need fungicides and has no significant natural pests. Duckweed can be eaten by chickens, ducks and pigs and can supply all of the protein needs for locally adapted breeds." http://www.microponics.net.au/?p=181 That site mentions use as rabbit feed but anyone here with duckweed experience?