Can rabbits eat bran?
No, rabbits cannot eat bran.
No, bran flakes aren't healthy for rabbits. Even as a treat, you shouldn't give bran flakes to your rabbit. You shouldn't give any foods made for people to a rabbit. These foods aren't healthy for rabbits, and they'll lead to illness. Pet rabbits mostly eat hay. They also eat pellets, and leafy green vegetables. They eat non-leafy vegetables and fruit as a treat. See the related question below about rabbit diet for details and links.
yes but it gives them the runs
Raccoon do eat rice bran. Raccoon are scavengers and though they prefer fruit, they will eat nearly anything they can find.
Yes, meal worms will eat rice. They also will eat wheat and bran. Along with rice, wheat, and bran, they also feed on oats.
Eat a lot of bran. Bran is nature's vaccume.
Yes, wheat bran is okay for fibroid patients to eat. Wheat bran is full of vitamin E.
They can eat bran and cornflakes.
Yes you can eat bran on a low carb diet. Choose breads high in fiber. Bread made with soy flour, wheat bran or oat bran will be higher in fiber and lower in carbohydrates because the brans are used as replacements for wheat flour
Full-grown rabbits are rather large for most snakes, but many snakes will prey on baby rabbits, and some of the larger snakes can eat adult rabbits.
slugs eat lettuces thrushes eat slugs sparrowhawks eat thrushes rabbits eat lettuces foxes eat rabbits sparrowhawks eat rabbits rabbits eat grass
yes you can eat rabbits.
Man (carnivores) may eat rabbits, but rabbits (herbivores) eat plant life.
No. Rabbits do not eat other rabbits.
why do rabbits eat grass
no rabbits can not eat buscuits
Rabbits do not eat prunes.
No. Weasels eat rabbits.
There are quite a few carnivores that eat rabbits such as the coyote. Wolves are also carnivores that eat rabbits.
No rabbits do not eat ants. Ants however do like some of the veggies and fruits that rabbits do eat.
Domestic rabbits can eat lemon grass and wild rabbits probably eat it too.
No, rabbits do not eat plants and animals. Rabbits are Not Carnivorous.
Rabbits do not typically eat at night. Rabbits will typically eat during the dawn and dusk hours of the day.
Yes, rabbits eat flowers.
Yes, rabbits do eat carrots.
yes owls eat rabbits
White tigers eat rabbits.
yes they eat rabbits.
Yes, Foxes do eat rabbits.
No , rabbits only eat veggies.
Yes, rabbits can eat chickweed.
yes alligators eat rabbits
The impala is herbivorous; it does not eat rabbits.
No rabbits eat their feces, although all rabbits eat cecotropes. Rabbits have two kinds of droppings: feces, and cecotropes. Baby rabbits that aren't weaned yet eat their mother's cecotropes; once they're weaned, they eat their own cecotropes.
No. Rabbits are Herbivores. They only eat plants. Although in some cases, rabbits will eat their young, or another rabbits young, they do not really EAT them. They live on plants. :-)
Eat a bran muffin.
they eat their Bran
Rabbits are herbivores and do not eat other rabbits! They only eat plant material, fruit, pellets, and vegetables.
Well rabbits hate to eat is durian fruit.. Because it is smelly for rabbits, but maybe other rabbits from different communitiy like durian but rabbits cant eat fruit so yeah!!!
Yes, but rabbits eat carrots. I love rabbits, hug rabbits, and kiss rabbits. Rabbits love me! BTW, I attract girls blah blah blah?!?!
They eat rolled oats, barley, bran, and hay.
Yes, foxes do hunt and eat rabbits.
Rabbits will not eat onions.
Yes, rabbits do eat berries.
rabbits don't eat animals they are vegetarian's.
toads don't eat rabbits
no. rabbits do not need to eat grain or wheat.
Rabbits can eat cornflakes AS A TREAT occasionally.
were the wolves only prey is rabbits the cycle goes like this the wolves eat the rabbits there population increases, rabbits decrease the wolves eat too many rabbits there population decreases, while rabbits get chance to increase then wolves eat more rabbits
Rabbits always try to eat bread, but rabbits shouldn't eat anything with wheat in them. DON'T let them eat wheat.
Owls are out at night they will eat rabbits, yet; it could be a varmit getting your rabbits