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Introducing...Rabbit-Foraged Herbs. Gathered by bunnies on Honeysuckle Farm in upstate New York. Introducing...Rabbit-Foraged Herbs. Gathered by bunnies on Honeysuckle Farm in upstate New York.

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Meet the Farmer

Ned Hopper describes himself as a "rabbit trainer, breeder, and fancier." Watch the video to learn more about Ned, his meadow, and his methods.

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Strong Hearing. Hypersensitive ears can hear plants rustling in the wind from over a mile away. Acute Smell. A super sense of smell allows the rabbits to easily locate herbs. Gentle Touch. Dexterous front legs with sharp claws can cut herbs without damaging them. Fast Forage. Powerful hind legs give speed for a lightning-quick forage.

Why Is Bunny-Foraged Better?

Rabbits aren't just cute, they have an acute sense of smell too, which allows them to locate the very best wild herbs. These plants are notably higher in minerals, vitamins, and essential fatty acids than traditionally cultivated crops.

Strong Hearing. Hypersensitive ears can hear plants rustling in the wind from over a mile away. Acute Smell. A super sense of smell allows the rabbits to easily locate herbs. Gentle Touch. Dexterous front legs with sharp claws can cut herbs without damaging them. Fast Forage. Powerful hind legs give speed for a lightning-quick forage.

Meet Every Bunny

Hop on over to our blog to meet Ned's all-star foragers.

Thomas Tumtootles. David Dinklebops. Becky Bumblepuff. Peter Pumpernickel. Thomas Tumtootles. David Dinklebops. Becky Bumblepuff. Peter Pumpernickel.

Rabbit-Foraged Herbs

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