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Thread: Chinese broccoli?-Is it safe???

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    Default Chinese broccoli?-Is it safe???

    I got some yesterday, i didn't bring my bunny safe food list with me so i just got what looked good (big leafy things) so now i need to know is chinese broccoli safe? I looked it up and it isn't anywhere...there's only broccoli by iteself.

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    I just looked it up and I can't find out if its ok or not...

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    I found something...
    http://www.friendsofrabbits.org/news...2000_06_24.htm

    although this site cautions brocolli in general
    http://www.3bunnies.org/feeding.htm

    I'm not sure what to believe to be honest!
    I'd recommend feeding them small amounts.
    Hope this helps

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    Yeah, I found that first site too, but wasn't too sure about the info given . Just to be safe, I wouldn't feed it to them until we are certain :wink:

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    Thanks guys i hope we find something. The problem with looking it up on the web in general is everytime i think I've found something thats says yay or nay i read some of the generaql care and its totally wrong.

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    Ok after reading through a few more articles i have decided not to feed it at all. I will just have to eat it. I go off a policy of "If unsure, DON'T". Instead of making a new topic i will ask another question on this one...I was wondering what would be the best vegies to start a young rabbit on, I have introduced 3 vegies so far...bok choy, carrot, choy sum, but i need to make sure i also introduce vegies that have the best nutrients for a growing bun. Thank you for helping, posting links and everything...awesome.

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    its called pak choi (not sure on spelling) i cooked it once and dropped a leaf on the floor jack ran to it and licked it and shock his head as if to say no! so ive never given it to them its very tasty slightly bitter ideal for stir frys (ooo the chef in me)

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    Pak choy was in the container next to it, they are 2 different things.

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    sorry

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    never heard of it sorry!

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