Cranberries are grown commercially all over the United States and Canada.
It is a very popular fruit around thanksgiving as it is made into a sauce to put onto turkey. Cranberries can also be used for juice, jams, desserts and more.
So can rabbits eat cranberries at all?
Yes, but only a little bit as they contain a lot of sugar.
In addition to all the sugar content cranberries also are quite acidic and if you were to give too many to your rabbit it would give them an upset stomach.
Therefore only one to three cranberries a week would suffice. Anything more and they will most likely get sick.