Last Updated on April 26, 2022 by Rei Garnet
While corn is not considered poisonous to rabbits, feeding them large amounts of corn could lead to digestive distress like diarrhea and GI stasis because rabbits don’t tolerate starchy foods well.
Corn is high in starch. It is not recommended to be given to rabbits in any amount, intentionally.
If you notice any changes in your rabbit’s stool, both in size and consistency, immediately bring your rabbit to a veterinarian.
Now that I’ve given you the gist of the article, read on as I explain in more detail why rabbits can’t eat corn:
Why can’t rabbits eat corn?
In order to properly understand why rabbits can’t eat corn, you can use the nutrient constrain calculator for rabbits to see what nutrients your rabbit is getting whenever you feed them corn.
You can also click on the blue icon beside the nutrient to see its benefits and deficiency: