Lemongrass is found in Asian cuisine and is a herb that is often called citronella or sereh. It tends to grow in clumps and looks like a large spring onion although it has a smaller base and a more unique flavour. It smells of sweet lemon.
So can rabbits eat lemongrass at all?
Lets take a look at its nutritional data and find out more. In particular, its calcium, sugar, fat, phosphorus, fibre, acidic, and sodium content are of particular interest.
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As you can see lemongrass does contain quite a bit of calcium, and it has very high acidic content.
This means that lemongrass is not good for rabbits to eat and is best avoided. If they have a nibble of it then they will be fine but it isn’t something to intentionally feed bunnies.
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