A hayrack is useful for daily feeding, because if the hay is lying on the ground, a rabbit could accidentally pee into it and contaminate the hay or simply get wet due to rain. The hayrack, on the other hand, prevents moisture from accumulating.
In any case, it would be recommended to set up the feeding station in an area protected from moisture or covered. This way, especially perishable foods are better protected if they are not immediately eaten by the rabbits.
Also needed are one or more food bowls and, of course very important, a water bowl that should always contain fresh water and must be accessible around the clock. A conceivable alternative is a drinking bottle, but this is rather a disadvantage in winter, because the water freezes quickly and the rabbit could stick to it with its tongue.
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