Can Rabbits Have Kale?

Why is kale bad for rabbits?

They cannot eat any fruits or vegetables that are going bad, wilting, or getting moldy. If you wouldn’t eat it, then don’t give it to your rabbit. … Never give your rabbit kale or spinach. Kale and spinach can cause health problems over time, due to the high amount of oxalates and goitrogens.

How much kale should I give my rabbit?

Approximately one cup of leafy green vegetables per two pounds of your rabbit’s body weight, plus a few crunchy veggies. Kale makes a good addition to your rabbit’s “salad” a few times per week.

Can rabbits eat raw kale?

Fed in moderation to your rabbit, kale can protect your rabbit’s immune system and organ health because of its Vitamin A – but be sure to rotate through different vegetables and greens so as not to harm your rabbit’s health.

What part of kale can rabbits eat?

Rabbit owners that still feed kale to their rabbits without any issues do so while being very cautious about how they do it. In terms of serving, you can feed your rabbit a piece almost the size of its head 2- 3 times a week without complications.