Supreme science selective rabbit
Vets believe that high fibre is most important when recommending a rabbit food*. Wild rabbits mainly eat grass, which naturally contains 20-25% fibre and rabbits’ digestive systems have evolved to need a high fibre diet. Supreme has raised the levels of fibre in Science Selective to 25% so you can provide your rabbits with an even higher fibre, tasty diet that will help to keep them in the
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Vets believe that high fibre is most important when recommending a rabbit food*. Wild rabbits mainly eat grass, which naturally contains 20-25% fibre and rabbits’ digestive systems have evolved to need a high fibre diet. Supreme has raised the levels of fibre in Science Selective to 25% so you can provide your rabbits with an even higher fibre, tasty diet that will help to keep them in the very best of health, naturally. With forage as the main source of fibre, Selective contains lots of other tasty, natural ingredients too – linseed with Omega 3 & 6 that help to keep your rabbit’s skin and coat in tip top condition, as well as natural prebiotics to help promote friendly bacteria. But it is what we don’t put in to Selective that is important too… Have you checked the label on your rabbits’ food lately? Take a look, because many rabbit foods contain molasses or syrup or other sugary ingredients. This extra sugar in a rabbit’s diet can lead to overeating and obesity. It can also lead to dental problems too. Feeding Selective for the first time? If you are feeding Selective to your rabbits for the first time, make sure you change from one food to another, gradually over 10-14 days. At first, you should mix a small amount of Selective with your rabbits’ current food, slowly decreasing the old diet, whilst gradually increasing the quantity of Selective. A sudden change in diet can cause digestive upsets – even when you are changing to a better quality diet – so take care! If your rabbits are used to a sugary diet, you may find it takes them a while to change, but persevere as it will help to benefit your rabbits’ health in the long term. And don’t forget fresh hay and water! Your rabbits should have an unlimited supply of both at all times. Do you have mature rabbits that are aged four years plus? Have you considered that they may have specific nutritional requirements? Selective Rabbit 4-years+ offers a diet that is specifically tailored to support the nutritional needs of older rabbits and is blended with the finest quality Timothy Hay. It contains tasty herbs that are packed with natural antioxidants, to help maintain the appetite and to help keep your mature rabbits happy and healthy. Do you have young rabbits aged 4-20 weeks, or a pregnant/lactating doe? Have you thought about their special nutritional needs? Selective Rabbit Junior is specially formulated to support the nutritional needs of young rabbits and pregnant/lactating does. It contains extra protein to help support growth and development and has spinach, which is naturally high in lutein, alpha lipoic acid and conenzyme q10. In addition, Selective Rabbit Junior is fortified with a blend of amino acids, vitamins and herbs to provide a natural source of antioxidants, helping to give rabbits a great start in life. COMPOSITION Alfalfa meal, soybean hulls, wheat, wheatfeed, flaked peas, linseed, beet pulp, soybeanmeal, soya oil, monocalcium phosphate, calcium carbonate. NUTRITIONAL ADDITIVES/Kg Vitamin A 15000 IU, Vitamin D3 1500 IU ANALYTICAL CONSTITUENTS Crude protein 14.0%, Crude fibre 25.0%, Crude oils and fats 4.0%, Crude ash 8.0%, Calcium 0.6%, Sodium 0.3%, Phosphorus 0.4%.