Horses can eat celery and it's actually a good treat for them. but broccoli is toxic to horses and should never be fed to them.
Yes horse can have celery. Not all horses will eat it, just like not all horses will eat apples and carrots.
Yes! Broccoli is one of their favorite foods.
yes as i own a bearded dragon and give him cabbage, broccoli and CELERY so yes bearded dragons do eat celery
Among others...celery, asparagus, and chopped broccoli.
Carrots, swedes, turnips, broccoli, beetroot, celery, cabbage leaves.Some even like corn cobs but I do not recommend them because they could choke
asparagus celery broccoli rhubarb um other than that i don't know
The kind that taste good. Eat broccoli and celery.
Some fruits and vegetables that can be eaten raw are tomatoes, broccoli celery, etc.
Technically, yes, horses are capable of eating broccoli. However, broccoli in large quantities can cause gas build-up in the intestines, which in some cases can lead to gas colic (a potentially fatal problem). Therefore, it is not recommended to feed your horse broccoli.
Broccoli in french is brocoli. Celery in french is céleri.
They will eat fresh vegetables and fruits, the best would be broccoli, celery, lettuce, apples, and for occasional snacks, carrots.
potato, celery, broccoli, sugarcane
Carrots, Parsley, Cabbage, Spinach, Broccoli, and Celery. All must be fresh.Carrots and lettus.
They LOVE Parsley! anything green, celery, broccoli, cucumbers, etc. They really like cucumbers!
Horses like to eat things such as carrots, apples, lettuce leaves, celery, alfalfa hay, grass, peppermints, sugar cubes, and oats.
A horse will try and eat broccoli but you should never feed it to them as it is bad for them. It can cause very painful gas colic that may need emergency equine veterinarian attention.
yes reindeer eat celery they also eat carrots but they still eat celery
cauliflower, broccoli, celery.
It is okay to feed horses a very small amount of broccoli, although many will not eat it. Broccoli can cause gas and bloating along with colic in a horse. Answer 2: Cruciferous vegetables, such as broccoli are considered bad for horse as it can cause gas build up and since horses cannot vomit or burp and they will develop painful gas colic. It is best to avoid feeding any cruciferous vegetables to horses at all.
We eat all sorts of veggies uhh carrots celery broccoli cauliflower zucchini beans peas all sorts all the same americans do
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Broccoli can kill you if you are allergic to it. Not everyone can eat broccoli and animals should not eat broccoli either.
Carrots,spinach,romaine lettuce,strawberries,hay, broccoli(stems,but not to much will give gas), celery, And BUNNY FOOD!!!!!