Natural nutrition for all rabbits, supports growth and good health
Natural nutrition for all rabbits, supports growth and good health. Feed to herd bucks, dry does, pregnant does, does nursing young and young, developing rabbits.
- Yucca Schidigera Extract helps reduce odors and enhances feed palatability
- Added prebiotics and probiotics keep rabbits on feed and support digestive health
- Natural, wholesome vegetarian diet; no artificial preservatives or colors
- Balanced protein, amino acids, vitamins and minerals rabbits need to thrive
- No added antibiotics or hormones
- Papaya supports a healthy digestive system
- Firm pellets help to reduce dust and waste
- Vitamin A supports breeding does and eye health, and promotes sleek and shiny fur
- High protein to promote growth in larger breeds
- Energy and protein levels support the nutritional needs of breeding and lactating does
Available in 40-lb bag.
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|Crude Protein, minimum||18.0% min|
|Crude Fat, minimum||3.5% min|
|Crude Fiber, minimum||17.0% min|
|Crude Fiber, maximum||20.0% max|
|Calcium, minimum||1.0% min|
|Calcium, maximum||1.5% max|
|Phosphorus, minimum||0.70% min|
|Salt, minimum||1.0% min|
|Salt, maximum||1.5% max|
|Vitamin A, minimum||3,600 IU/lb min|
Lactating Does: Feed free choice
Gestating Does: 4 – 6 oz. per doe per day
Weaned Bunnies: Feed free choice
Dry Does/Bucks: 4 – 6 oz. per head per day
Before You Feed:
Feed by weight—not by volume.
Weigh the feed in the container you will be using and subtract the weight of the container.
The pellets may be self fed – that is, kept before the animals at all times or hand fed. Self-feeding is recommended for does with litters to help reduce labor and achieve rapid growth. Self-feeding is also recommended for weaned bunnies.
If hand-feeding, the number of feedings per day is a matter of preference. It is important, though, to feed the animals the same number of times each day at approximately the same time.
Monitor body condition and adjust feeding rates to maintain desired body condition.
It is not necessary to feed hay with NatureWise® Performance Rabbit Pellets. High quality hay may be fed, if desired. Hay must be fine-stemmed, leafy, green in color, well cured and free from mildew or mold. Alfalfa, clover, sweet clover, lespedeza, soybean and peanut hay are suitable. Cutting the hay into 3- to 4-inch lengths will help avoid waste.
Provide plenty of clean, fresh water and salt blocks or salt spools at all times.