Little One "Green Valley" feed for rabbits

€4,75 Incl. tax
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  • Little One "Green Valley" feed for rabbits is a feed containing sixty different meadow grasses and herbs. Because this feed is made using a special cold-pressing technique, all the vitamins, minerals and other nutrients from the plants are retained.

    Little One "Green Valley" feed is rich in dietary fibre which is healthy for the teeth and digestive tract of guinea pigs. The diet is enriched with fructo-oligosaccharides (natural probiotics) which support a good intestinal microflora. The fatty acids ω-3 and ω-6 in the diet promote healthy skin and a thick and shiny coat. Yeast extract, rich in vitamin B, selenium and β-glucans, supports the immune system.

    For a good variety in the diet of rabbits, the feed contains tasty and healthy ingredients - dried flowers, fruit, vegetables and berries. This feed contains no cereals and is therefore very suitable for pets with special dietary needs, including overweight pets and those with other conditions. Contains no colourings, flavourings and GMOs.

    pasture and mountain grass, apple pulp, sunflower seed meal, linseed oil, fructooligosaccharides
    dried cucumber, dried carrot, dried celery, dried courgette, marigold flowers
    flowers of red clover, hop cones, yeast extract, yucca extract.

    Analytical constituents
    protein - 13,5%, fat - 3,5%, fibre - 24%, ash - 6%, calcium - 0,6%, phosphorus - 0,4%.

    vitamin A - 9393 IU, vitamin D3 - 750 IU, vitamin E - 94 IU, vitamin C - 465 mg, biotin - 620 mcg, iodine - 1,4 mg, copper sulphate (II) - 0,03 mg, sodium selenite - 0,06 mg.

    750 gr.

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