Kumquats look quite like oranges except they are smaller and oval in shape. They come from south asia and the asia pacific region and are eaten raw. They have a sweet rind and a sour centre and are usually eaten whole in order to get the contrast in taste of just the rind is eaten.
So can rabbits eat kumquats at all?
Lets take a look at their nutritional data and find out more.
In particular, their acidic content, sugar, phosphorus, fat, fibre, sodium and calcium content is of particular interest.
As you can see kumquats have a hint of phosphorus, quite a lot of phosphorus, acidic content and sugar content.
This means that rabbits can eat kumquats but only very small amounts once a week. Nothing more than that as they will get tummy problems.
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