Bean sprouts are commonly eaten vegetables and it’s easy to have some spare leftovers if you’ve been cooking with them. So, can rabbits eat bean sprouts and clear up the leftovers to save you throwing them out?
The short answer is yes, rabbits can eat bean sprouts, just like they can eat beans. But you should only give rabbits vegetables in moderation. A healthy rabbit needs a good supply of Timothy hay and pellets.
Their diets rely on a lot of fiber to keep their digestive system healthy. Vegetables and leafy greens make up a small amount of their diet and provides some extra nutrition and some other stimulus.
If you see any signs of diarrhea, gas, or other digestive issues then stop feeding them bean sprouts immediately. It will be fine in small amounts, but sometimes individual bunnies have reactions to certain foods. These little creatures have sensitive digestive systems, so always check before feeding them anything and air on the side of caution.