Mr Johnson's Advance RABBIT FOOD
Mr Johnson's ADVANCE RABBIT FOOD is a fibrous, nutritious, wholesome tasty mono-component nugget - supplying your rabbit with a tasty, healthy food that overcomes selective feeding.
Feeding the correct diet to your rabbit is essential for maintaining good health. Rabbits require high fibre levels in their diet to assist normal digestive function and aid essential dental wear.
- Contains essential fibre to aid intestinal transit and dental wear
- Bio-Mos - a natural pre-biotic for a healthy gut flora
- De-odorase with yucca extract which improves hutch odours by reducing urinal ammonia
- Verm-X - 100% herbal blend to promote intestinal health
- No added colourings, flavourings or preservatives
- Glucosamine for joint mobility
- Mono-component nugget prevents selective feeding
Mr Johnson’s Advance RABBIT FOOD is a complementary feed and should be fed with unlimited access to good quality hay which is an important source of fibre and an essential part of your rabbit’s diet.
A small quantity of fresh greens should also be fed daily and fresh clean water must always be available.
Wheatfeed, oatfeed, alfalfa, wheat, lignocellulose, sunflower seed meal, dried carrot, Verm x herb blend, Bio-moss, Glucosamine, De-odorase.
Vitamin A (E672) 10,000iu/kg; Vitamin D (E671) 1,000iu/kg; Vitamin E 50iu/kg; Iron (E1) 161mg/kg; Manganese (E5) 89mg/kg; Zinc oxide (E6) 69mg/kg; Copper (E4) 12.5mg/kg; Iodine (E2) 0.8mg/kg; Selenium (E8) 0.44mg/kg
Crude protein 12.00%; Crude fibre 17.00%; Crude oils & fats 3.00%; Crude ash 5.00%; Calcium 0.60%; Lysine 0.42%; Phosphorous 0.32%; Sodium 0.20%; Methionine 0.17%
Overcoming selective feeding:
Mr Johnson's Advance RABBIT FOOD contains a balanced diet in every mouthful therefore overcoming selective feeding.
Rabbits, if overfed, can become overweight therefore rabbits should be fed twice a day, dividing their daily requirements into two meals, feeding morning and evening only refilling the bowl once empty.
Changing your rabbits diet:
Your rabbit’s diet should never be altered suddenly as abrupt changes could trigger digestive upsets, especially in baby rabbits or rabbits that are stressed (for example if they have moved to a new home). If you want to alter your rabbit’s diet, it is recommended that this change takes place gradually over a 7-10 day period. This can be done by mixing small quantities of the new food with their existing food and increasing the proportions until it is fully changed over.
A rabbits diet should be made up of 85 - 90% of fresh clean good quality hay an essential fibre source and one that mimics their natural diet in the wild. Hay plays a vital part in dental wear and a rabbit's digestive function. Feed this with a carefully measured portion of M Johnson's Advance rabbit food as reccomended on the packaging dependant on the weight of your rabbit for a balanced diet. A daily portion of suitable fresh greens should also be fed, with fresh clean water being available 24 hours a day.