Savoy cabbage is a winter vegetable that is heavy for its size and has leaves that are unblemished with a bright and fresh appearance. They are used in a variety of culinary dishes and goes well with apples, spices, horseradish, meat, and red wine. It is used in soups, stews as well as roasted plain and drizzled with olive oil.
So can rabbits eat savoy cabbage at all?
Lets take a look and find out more by checking out its nutritional data.
In particular, we are interested in its acidic, fat, sugar, calcium, phosphorus, and fibre content.
As you can see Savoy cabbage contains quite a bit of phosphorus, a little calcium, they are quite acidic and contain a little sugar and fibre.
This means that rabbits can eat savoy cabbage but only in small amounts, once or twice a week.