Code BN-200634 Manufacturer Bunny Nature
RabbitDream HERBS 750 g
Kompletní krmivo pro zakrslé králíky starší 6 měsíců obohacené o vybrané byliny a luční květy.
RabbitDream HERBS 750 gComplete food for Dwarf Rabbits from the age of 6 months.
The natural habitat of dwarf rabbits are meadows and forest edges. As folivorous animals their diet consists of a wide variety of green plants. Nature supplements this selection with roots, vegetables and fruit. The dwarf rabbits natural habitat is exemplary for the development of bunnyNature spe-cies-appropriate products.
- 42 different plants from natural meadows
- plus selected herbs: nettle, Dandelion, ribwort, rosemary, thyme, sage, yarrow, comfrey & chervil
- with blossoms from nature conservation meadows: Daisies & Camomile
- balanced long-life recipe with all ingredients correctly dosed
- 3 different fibre lengths for tooth abrasion and healthy intestinal flora
- optimal crude fibre to starch ratio protects against fattening
Growth of permanent meadows (timothy, meadow fescue, meadow foxtail, german ryegrass, red fescue, blue grass, cocksfoot, velvet grass, annual panicle grass, white ragweed, vernal grass, couch grass, tussock grass, reed canary grass, white clover, red clover, dandelion leaves, yarrow herb, ribwort, caraway, cow parsley, meadow sweet, common hornwort, bedstraw, thyme-leaved speedwell, bush vetch, comfrey, bedstraw-meadow thistle, ground ivy, daisies, germander speedwell, lady's mantle, greater burnet-saxifrage, narrow-leaved vetch, meadow saxifrage, spring cinquefoil, green field-speedwell, common whitlow-grass, autumn dandelion, red ragweed, cowslip, small clover), oat peel bran, sunflower seed extracted, linseed extracted, carrot pomace, fruit pomace, rape seed extracted, wheat bran, stinging nettle leaves, ribwort, fennel seed, sweet liquorice root, marshmallow root, daisies, rosemary, aniseed, knotgrass, thyme, sage leaves, yarrow herb, camomile blossoms, calamus (herbs 6%, blossoms 1%)
Nutritional additives: vit. A 10.000 IE, vit. D3 700 IE, vit. E / all rac-alpha-tocopherylacetate 60 mg, copper as copper (II)-sulphate, pentahydrate 6 mg, iodine as calcium iodate, hexahydrate 0,9 mg, iron as iron (II)-sulphate, monohydrat 50 mg, zinc as zinc oxide 60 mg, manganese as manganese (II)-oxide 40 mg, selenite as sodium selenite 0,18 mg
Analytical constituents: crude protein 13%, crude oils and crude fats 2,7%, crude fibre 21%, starch 5,5%, crude ash 8,5%, calcium 0,6%, phosphorous 0,4%, sodium 0,18%
Crude fibre to starch ratio
3,8 : 1
Fill the feeding bowl with RabbitDream HERBS and wait until all the food has been eaten, before refilling it again. Give high quality bunny hay and fresh, lukewarm water daily. At the age of 6 years change to RabbitDream SENIOR.
The patented TriMello® shape gives us the opportunity to give the herbivores – dwarf rabbits, guinea pigs, chinchillas and degus – a diet that meets their dietary, physiological and behavioural needs.The TriMello® allows us to process the plants it contains (42 different ones!) in different fibre lengths. On the one hand, the constantly-growing incisors and molars need the essential fibre structure for abrasion. On the other, the intestine needs a specific fibre length for the intestinal
peristalsis. A very fine particle size is good for the caecum, which works as a fermentation chamber.
So why are there two different TriMello® shapes? For one thing, different animals have different chewing movements. While rabbits use a chewing movement like a figure of eight, guinea pigs, degus and chinchillas have a sliding joint that moves back and forth to grind down the food. The different shapes accommodate these differences. The animals also have different eating behaviour. While rabbits take the food straight into their mouths, guinea pigs, chinchillas and degus behave very differently in the nature. They either take the food directly into their mouths, trap it with
their front paws or pick it up and push it into their mouths with their paws. Here, the different shapes accommodate the natural behaviour 100%, too.
|Age of the pet||adult|