Blackberries are grown in the wild and have a sharp but juicy sweet flavor.
When they are rip the are often more sweet than when they are infants and tend to be very tart and bitter.
They grow on bushes that often have thorns and can be difficult to pick.
Blackberries are a great addition to many desserts such as crumble and strudel and also made into jams.
So can rabbits eat blackberries at all?
Yes, but only one at most per week as they do contain a lot of sugar and fibre.
Anything more can possibly cause your rabbit to get sick and should be avoided at all costs. Sickness usually comes in the form of an upset stomach.
Make sure to also avoid reddish blackberries and only feed rabbits the ripe and darker blackberries.
Can Rabbits Eat Blackberry Leaves?
Yes, but only the fresh ones and not the old or tough ones.