Can horses eat daikon greens?
Diakon greens (The tops of Diakon Radises) are safe to feed to horses in very small amounts, less than a handful a day as they are high in copper, Folic acid, vitamin C, Calcium, and Potassium. Feeding too much can throw the horses nutrition balance out of order and then you would have to remedy the problem.
Horses can eat collard greens, but they should only be given less than 4 ounces per day. This also goes for cabbage, kale, chard, and broccoli.
Daikon radish, dandelion greens, deli meats (sometimes).
Yes. (See the related link below)
Turnip roots can be fed sparingly as they can cause thyroid problems, and should not be fed to mares and foals. Mustard greens are toxic to horses and should never be fed to them.
Yes, goats can eat radish greens. Goats love to eat all fresh greens from the garden. They also eat turnips.
Yes, it is safe to eat the stems on greens
Horses aren't colorblind, but they have trouble distinguishing greens, browns and grays.
They can eat all types of greens. My ducks really like corn and greenbeans.
Dandelion greens is one. ( I am not joking; some people actually cultivate dandelion to eat as greens and others eat the wild varieties as greens.)
Lettuce Spinach Cabbage Kale Turnip greens Mustard greens Collard greens
No, you will not want to eat the collard greens that are starting to turn yellow. Only eat the greens that are a nice dark green color.
Yum, they are a lot like collard greens but they are sweeter. Prepare them as you would collard or mustard greens.
greens, greens and more greens! they just love iceberg lettuce and all kinds of leafy veggies.
They eat greens... No lettuce.. Spring greens.. And lots of treats..lol....
They eat leaves and other greens
I eat it all.
eat your greens
Yes parsnip greens are edible to eat. They can be eaten in salads and blanched. However, people are allergic to parsnips and they contain toxins.
Kale, shredded carrots, collared greens, mustard greens, turnip greens, bok choy, zucchini, and dandelion greens. that's all i know.
You usually eat the root (the round red part) but the greens are also eaten quite often. The greens can be cooked like kale or turnip greens and the roots can be baked or boiled like potatoes.
because they are not healthy for you mustard greens a better
Yes, Kale, shredded carrots, collared greens, mustard greens, turnip greens, bok choy, zucchini, and dandelion greens. that's all i know.
Don't feed your rabbits a lot of salad greens. This may seem funny to you because rabbits eat greens but that is not all rabbits eat in the wild. They can eat roots and berries and get a varied diet. If all you feed them is greens they will get diarrhea. Feed your rabbit a well rounded ration of rabbit pellets.
Your cat can eat water chestnut leaves and greens if he likes them. They are not harmful but do not have any beneficial benefit for cats.
All Dragon's eat the same thing. For protein there are crickets, roaches, dubai's and even pinkie mice for treats when their older. For veggies and greens there are Alfalfa sprouts, collard greens, dandelion greens, squash, turnip greens, blueberries, carrots, apples
Chickens will eat almost any greens, ours like carrot greens, lettuce, kale, spinach, pea tendrils, beet greens, collards, etc. They also eat weeds in the yard, like 'wild arugula', dandelions...
you can give it kale, collards, turnip greens, mustard greens etc...
So long as the greens are things like lettuce, cabbage etc. and not toxic greens like tomato leaves.
they eat all kinds of greens lol.
Dwarf rabbits eat the same things all pet rabbits do, including dark lettuces and leafy greens.
Horses' eyes do have cones, but most horses have only limited color vision. They can usually perceive red and blue, but may confuse some greens from shades of gray.
leaves leaves and greens
dark greens such as kale.
eat a lot of greens
Yes they can.
leafs and lettuce
Mousebirds eat primarily fruit, but they also eat greens and seeds.
No, citrus is bad for them. They should eat 10% fruit (not citrus.) Greens like green beans, mustard greens, collard, and kale are good for them.
all horses can eat hay/grass. all horses can eat hay/grass.
Horses can eat broad beans. In fact, they are actually good for horses and horses actually really like to eat them.
They normally eat lettuce normally greens
No, they're carnivores. That means they only eat meat.
They eat dark leafy greens like endive, escarole, bok choy, collard greens, and dandelion greens. Broccoli, spinach, cabbage, kale and parsley are no-no's. Also feed a cricket or two every two weeks.
Horses do eat oats
Yes, horses can eat pecans, and most horses love them.
no horses do not eat leeks horses don't eat leeks.it would kill them and you don't want that.
a tortoise eats greens it is a very healthy animal and they definitely like there greens you mean like plants?
No lettuce has no nutrition you should feed turnip greens, collard greens, and bok choy.
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* race horses eat horse food with a little bit of drugs in it *regular horses eat horse food