Rabbits don't naturally eat root vegetables/fruit. Carrots/fruit are high in sugar and should only be fed in small amounts as occasional treats. Rabbits need mainly hay and/or grass, some leafy greens and a small, measured amount of pellets. See rabbit meal planner.
People also ask, what can rabbits eat and not eat list?
Your rabbit may enjoy some of the following vegetables:
- Bok choy.
- Broccoli leaves (stems or tops can make rabbits gassy)
- Carrot tops (carrots are high in calcium and should be given sparingly)
- Collard greens.
What do rabbits like to eat the most?
Rabbits love their food and enjoy fresh fruits and vegetables as part of a balanced diet. The main part of a rabbit's diet should be unlimited amounts of fresh hay (preferably Timothy or Meadow Hay), grass, and plenty of clean water available. See 'What do rabbits eat?' for more information.
What vegetables are good for rabbits?
Vegetables that should be considered as part of your rabbit's diet:
- Alfalfa, radish, and clover sprouts.
- Beet greens.
- Bell Peppers (green, red, yellow…)
- Bok Choy.
- Broccoli. Some bunnies may find this a rather “gassy” veggie. If diarrhea occurs, remove from diet.
- Brussels Sprouts.