Complete extruded feed for rabbits, grain free.
The reduced starch and energy content keeps your rabbit at its optimal weight.
The feed does not contain soy, palm oil, preservatives, colouring, flavouring, added sugars or animal-based ingredients.
The higher fibre content supports proper digestive tract function to help maintain health.
Sufficient fibre optimises the intestinal environment, aiding digestion and suppressing the growth of undesirable microbes in the digestive tract.
Structural fibre creates proper intestinal content structure and stimulates intestinal peristalsis.
Alfalfa, hay, potato starch, lignocellulosic fibre, yeast (Saccharomyces cerevisiae), pea protein, parsley, sunflower husk, carrot, carrot fibre, parsnip, sugar beet pulp, grape marc, flax, milk thistle, monocalcium phosphate, beetroot, sodium chloride, spinach, FOS – chicory inulin 2 g / kg, apple pomace, calcium carbonate, Yucca schidigera 1 g / kg.
Nutrin Complete Rabbit Vegetable Grain Free Adult feed is designed for rabbits from 8 months old. It should gradually rebe used in place of Nutrin Complete Junior for young rabbits from roughly 7 months old, when most rabbits are already physically mature.
In practice, this involves slowly increasing the amount of this feed while reducing the Jjunior feed. The original feed should be switched gradually mainly to prevent digestive problems, and also because rabbits do not always accept new feed immediately. This switch period may vary from a few days to several a number of weeks.
From the beginning to until complete discontinuation of the Junior granules, the feed intake should be in accordance with the Nutrin Complete Rabbit Vegetable Grain Free recommended daily feed intake, i.e. 4 – 6 g per 100 g of body mass. This approach applies even when changing in changes to feed at more advanced ages. This daily intake should be divided up and given morning and evening. Always ensure unlimited access to hay and fresh water. Can be supplemented with leaves, something to chew, fresh fruit and vegetables. If your rabbit is regularly not eating everything, or you do not notice a decrease in the amount of hay, you should reduce the daily amount. You can vary the diet with leaves, fresh fruit, vegetables and something to chew. Any changes to the daily intake provided should be made taking account of the body weight, condition and the health of the specific animal.