- NEW Meadow Forage Pellets
NEW Meadow Forage Pellets
Here at BBBB we care about nutrition, because what we feed our buns has a huge impact on their physical wellbeing and health. We have formulated these pellets to promote a wild diet and focus on fibre for our furry fibrevores.
Our whole pellet range is grown completely organically and non GMO. Our products are pressed in a factory purely producing feed that is safe and suitable for rabbits and other herbivores.
These are supplementary feed pellets made from 100% meadow grasses and forage. In our range, these are our pellet designed most suitable for ALL rabbits and have been made in our small size so they can be used in treat balls.
- Cold pressed for optimum digestion
- 100% organic
- Can be soaked to make a soft food for underweight/dental buns or those without front teeth
- Use for clicker training or feeding
- Small pellet size for using with puzzle toys/treat balls
- Excellent for adding more fibre to the gut
- Low in sugar so excellent for overweight buns
Birdsfoot Trefoil, Cocksfoot, Golden Foxtail, Golden Oatgrass, Meadow Fescue, Red Fescue, Smooth Common Meadowgrass and Timothy grass.
Ash 13.6, Crude Protein 10.5%, Crude Oil 0.1%, Crude Fibre 31.5%, DE 8.55 MJ/kg, magnesium 0.18%, Phosphorus 0.27%, Sugar 9%, Starch 1%
These pellets are a supplementary feed to be fed along with hays, grasses and plants. They can be soaked or fed whole to rabbits who need to increase their dietary fibre and offer vitamins and minerals.
If feeding along with our full pellet range this will be a complete nutritional pellet feed. There are many ways you can feed our pellet range, to best suit your individual rabbits nutritional needs throughout their life.
Our cold pressed pellet range is a very healthy way of feeding your rabbits as we do not add things like molasses to make it palatable. Therefore, be prepared that like children, rabbits may be initially fussy when transitioning them from an extruded feed. The key is to be strict and reduce the feed they are currently on first, then introduce the new feed - do not mix with the old feed or they will selectively feed.