I see rabbit droppings every day when I pick up debris on my newly installed turf. We have a garden nearby so don't know if they are just doing there business after visiting the garden or actually trying to eat the blades of grass.
Answered Sep 8 7:23 PM
Artificial grass is made of plastic: Polyethylene and Polypropylene, therefore, generally speaking, animals such as rabbits won’t eat it. We haven’t heard any of claims of that animals eating turf, even though some naughty ones might dig and pull the fibers on rare occasions. I will suggest you to take a very close look at the areas where you see the droppings and check out if your turf fibers being short or missing, if the turf looks normal, you won’t need to worry about it. Please feel free to contact us if you have further questions by phone (877 796 8873) or email ([email protected]), thank you.
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