My rabbit like to do that too!!!!! What I did was I put the feeder on the cage wall just high enough so they can put their mouth in it to eat!!!!!! It worked for me!!!!JAS said:Is there a secret to keeping the little buggers from scratching most of their feed out of their feeders! I have a few that are horrible. Any suggestions welcomed! Thanks
You need a feed that is just pellets, nothing fancy. Otherwise you have a very good chance of more rabbits being choosy and picky. Besides, then you know that they are getting what they need and not picking and choosing. THAT is your basic problem, it's like a kid eating all the good stuff and leaving the broccoli.JAS said:Thanks for the ideas. I did change the feed recently, actually I started mixing the pellets with a grain/soybean meal mix. My worst rabbits are two that are litter mates that I had together until I moved them to their present cages. The one picks out the pellets and the other picks out the grain mix. I suppose it work well while they lived together. I cut down on their feed but they still do it, ugh. I will have to try missing with their feeders I suppose.