Beef Jerky is a lean meat that has had the fat trimmed off it and been cut into strips before being dried so as to prevent it being spoiled. The word jerky comes from the quechua word ch’orki which means ‘dried, salted meat’.
It is made sliced, whole muscle meat and available in the USA and Canada in different forms brands, and qualities in convenience stores, gas stations, and supermarkets.
So can rabbits eat beef jerky at all?
Unfortunately, they cannot eat it. Rabbits are strictly herbivores and do not like and kind of meat food. They may attempt to nibble at it, as they do most things, but they wont go further than that.
So don’t attempt to feed them beef jerky, and stick to something they do like such as a nice veggie or hay.
Originally posted 2014-12-31 21:37:14.