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The mineral licks aren’t needed if you have a good diet for bun a decent pellet brand ( oxbow or burgess – there are others ) as well as greens give bun all the minerals needed
The salt lick I have been told isn’t nessesary if your bunny has that good diet – however I was also told they won’t lick it if they don’t need it ( apparently they are good at knowing what they are lacking in the way of salt )
I have one in my boys cage as he has stomach issues that mean he cannot have greens
So in short – a salt lick won’t hurt to have available
Mineral wheels aren’t nessasary