Turnip leaves are the green shoot leaves of turnips. We’ve already looked at whether guinea pigs can eat turnips. But what of their leaves? Are they any good for piggies?
Let’s take a look at their nutritional data and find out a bit more about Turnip greens.
In particular, the sugar, acidic, fat,calcium and phosphorus content is most pertinent to guinea pigs.
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As you can see turnip leaves contain a hint of phosphorus, quite a bit of calcium, and are pretty acidic.
They also contain a very good amount of vitamin c.
Because of this they aren’t a food to be feeding to guinea pigs regularly, maybe once a week at the very most. There are better veggies however that they can eat.