Pellets (Wheat/Wheatfeed, Grass Meal, Oatfeed, Nutritionally Improved Straw, Distillers, Rapeseed Meal, Palm Kernel, Molasses, Calcium Carbonate, Di-calcium Phosphate, Salt, Vitamin Premix), Wheat Flaked Peas, Extruded Biscuit (coloured with EC additives E102, E110 & E131), Oats, Flaked Maize, Locust Beans, Grass Pellets.
|Vitamin A||10000 i.u./Kg|
|Vitamin D||2000 i.u./Kg|
|Vitamin E (Alpha Tocopherol)||40 i.u./Kg|
Vitamins present until Best Before date shown on bag.
Feeding and Care Guides
- Rabbit food should be made available each morning.
- A rabbit has a very special digestive system, which requires a balanced diet and plenty of exercise, which in turn prevents obesity.
- Fresh greens, vegetables and fruits such as carrots, apples and dandelion greens must be well washed prior to offering them. Never offer food direct from the refrigerator.
- A daily amount of good clean hay is essential in aiding the rabbit’s digestion.
- Clean drinking water should always be available, either using a water bowl or more hygienically a water bottle. Water should ideally be changed twice a day.
- A good quality earthenware food bowl is essential to keep the food clean and dry. Plastic bowls should be avoided as rabbits can chew or knock them over.
- It is very important to remember that when introducing a new diet to your rabbit it is essential to gradually change their diet over a set period. It is recommended that a rabbit’s diet should be changed over a period of 10 days. A sudden change in diet can lead to a loss in appetite due to their sensitive digestive systems.
- Wear gloves and wash your hands after handling products.
- Not for human consumption.
- May contain nuts.