Top critical review
Long on rhetoric, thin on nutrition.
Reviewed in the United States on September 27, 2016
While there is -some- information on plants to avoid and a bit on some plants to try, what's missing is how to make good nutrition choices for your rabbits. Nothing about the nutritive content of different plants ("they're natural! What more do you need!"), nothing on how to balance plants for a varied and nutritious diet. Even basic portion size is totally absent (though described for pellets in some detail ironically). Instead pages and pages of rants about GMO, the cancerous agenda of non-organic foods etc. We hardly need to buy a book for that: having the INFORMATION to go "beyond the pellet" is lacking, and that's what I think most of us buy a book for. Anyone can let rabbits forage in their field without buying a book, and the militant granola routine is free on YouTube for the taking. Essentially this says: eat weeds and rejoice in your organic lifestyle. The rest is up to you.