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I just checked on the nutrition stats and I think that because your rabbit is young, the alfalfa based pellets are fine for a growing bunny. It doesn't have the dried fruit and junk it so that is good. But as she reaches adulthood, you should look at changing the pellets that are better for adults. (Most are not alfalfa based -- they are instead grass based which is higher fiber, lower protein, lower fat) Long-haired bunnies though may have slightly different protein requirements.
We follow the HRS Diet Guidelines so this may help you know when to wean your bunny off of Alfalfa Based Pellets. You should not just switch but create a mix and wean a bunny from the original pellet over a few weeks.
I personally prefer Oxbow, but as long as the nutrition values match with the HRS guidelines then you can find a pellet that is healthy but easier for you to get.
By the way, welcome to BinkyBunny and Congratulation on your new bunny. You have to share photos!