I have a dwarf rabbit. I give him pellets with stuff inside and hay. Don't bother with a seed stick or anything to do with seeds, rabbits don't like them. For vegies my rabbit will eat lettuce, carrots, celery, and sometimes broccoli. For fruit he loves apples, oranges and strawberries. Fruit are really just a treat though, about once a week will do. My rabbit also loves popcorn and his all time favorite vanilla wafers!
The same as normal size rabbits. Hay, at all times, dried pellets, mixture of greens and herbs daily, a piece of fruit twice a week ( too much gives then diarrhoea) ,fresh water at all times, .The most important food is hay. Many people think rabbits/lettuce but there is actually very little food value in lettuce for rabbits. Too many carrots can give them diarrhoea too. They love the green carrot tops, more than the orange root. Some herbs are poisonous so you need to list those.
They like pretty much veg. And fruit like lettuce carrots bananas and apples!
Do not feed them leafy food it gives them digestive problems
The main components of a rabbit's diet should be timothy hay and a pelleted rabbit diet. You can also supplement with vegetables like carrots, lettuce and rabbit treats.
They eat like lettuce , anything that do not have seeds in they eat apples but you have to get the pips lost and if its hungry it will big you