A delicious, complementary food for young rabbits which is also perfect for dwarf rabbits, because of its high nutrient levels and the animals’ high metabolism. It’s high in protein and fibre, and rich in nutrients for strong, happy, healthy rabbits.
Remember that good quality hay and/or grass should make up the majority of your rabbits’ diet and should be available at all times. Rabbits should also be fed a small amount of leafy greens each day. Please talk to your vet for further information.
If you are currently feeding a muesli style food to your rabbits you should gradually transfer them onto a hay and nugget based feeding plan over a period of between 14 and 28 days, by gradually reducing the amount of muesli and increasing the proportion of nuggets until they have completely replaced the mix.
Always ensure you are monitoring your rabbits’ weight to ensure a healthy weight. Please see the body condition scoring chart here.
Always ensure fresh clean water is available for your rabbits.
Beneficial fibre 36% • Crude Protein 16% • Crude Oils & Fats 4% • Crude Fibre 17% • Crude Ash 6.5% • Sodium 0.2% • Calcium 0.8% • Phosphorous 0.5%.
Grass • Wheat • Oat Feed • Soya Bean Hulls* • Wheat Feed • Oat Feed • Soya Bean Meal* • Brewers Yeast • Lucerne • Minerals • Mint (1.25%) • Soya Oil* • Short Chain Fructo-Oligosaccharides (0.3%) • Lignocellulose. *May Contain GM Materials
Vitamin A (3a672a) 25,000iu/kg • Vitamin D3 (3a671) 2,000iu/kg • Vitamin E (3a700) 155mg/kg • Vitamin C (3a312) 70mg/kg • Beta Carotene (3a160) 5mg/kg • Copper (copper (II) sulphate pentahydrate)(3b405) 7mg/kg • Zinc (zinc oxide) (3b603) 100mg/kg • Manganese (manganous II oxide) (3b502) 10mg/kg • Iron (iron (II) sulphate monohydrate) (3b103) 40mg/kg • Selenium (sodium selenite) (3b802) 0.25mg/kg • Iodine (calcium iodate anhydrous) (3b202) 0.5mg/kg.
Tocopherol rich extracts from vegetable oils (delta rich)(1b306(ii)) 125mg/kg.