Complete extruded feed for brown rats.
Vitality: A multi-complex containing a large number of different ingredients offering a wide spectrum of substances in their natural form which in combination with added components (vitamins, minerals, amino acids, lecithin, inulin) form the basis for a healthy and smoothly running body.
Immunity: The prebiotic content, method of processing, calculated combination of ingredients, various types of fibre and vitamins act to prevent problems with the correct functioning of the gut, whose health is the basis of the body’s defence system.
Animal Component: Fish meal, greaves meal, blood meal and egg in Nutrin Complete feed provide omnivorous rodents with the essential animal-based component of their diet. The combination of these protein sources with the other components make the feed highly attractive, while also representing an excellent basis for the animal’s healthy development and preventing possible outbreaks of cannibalism.
Dental Care: The high fibre content, shape, texture and firm density of Nutrin Complete pellets help in the regular reduction of natural teeth growth.
Prebiotic: Inulin soluble fibre (FOS) and apple pectin in Nutrin Complete feed prevent the fast digestion of carbohydrates and fats. Promotes the body’s immune and detoxification processes.
Wheat, corn, fish meal, yeast (Saccharomyces cerevisiae), pork fat meal, alfalfa, lignocellulosic fibre, pea protein, eggs, beetroot, parsnip, blood meal, apple fibre, corn gluten, sunflower oil, calcium carbonate, monocalcium phosphate, sodium chloride, FOS – chicory inulin 2 g / kg, Yucca schidigera 1 g / kg.
Nutrin Complete Rat feed is designed for brown rats. If this is the first time you are using this feed, the feed should be switched gradually.
In practice, this involves slowly increasing the amount of Nutrin feed while reducing the original feed by the same amount. The original feed should be switched gradually mainly to prevent digestive problems, and also because brown rats do not always accept new feed immediately. This switch period may vary from a few days to a number of weeks.
To begin with, the feed intake should be in accordance with Nutrin Complete’s recommended daily feed intake, i.e. 5 – 7 g per 100 g of body weight. This daily intake should be divided up and given morning and evening. Always ensure unlimited access to freshwater. If your brown rat is regularly not eating everything, 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 body weight, condition and the health of the specific animal.