I was reading in my new Countryside magazine about a person who would feed hay to their rabbits. They stated any hay would do so long as it is clean. I never thought about feeding any kind of hay to them. Does that mean any pasture hay usually bailed for cattle can also be used for rabbits? It has been several years since I have raised any rabbits but I always fed mine alfalfa hay. I thought it was the only kind you could feed rabbits. Also, out back in my junk pile I had a old window that had fallen over and laying on the ground. The other day I noticed that there was plenty of green grass and weeds growing under it inspite of everything else around it being dead. So it got me to wondering why couldn't rabbit raisers grow green feed all winter long underneath some kind of a hoop tunnels with clear plastic over it? Plants greens to feed the rabbits. Wouldn't that help out on the feed bill during the winter months?