Timothy grass as part of your small pet's diet
  • High Fiber
    • For Digestive Health
    • Provides a coarse abrasive texture that encouroges the side-to-side chewing motion necessary to help grind smoll pet's teeth down and help keep them trim.
  • Low ijn Protein & Calories
    • Too high in protein and calories con lead to health issuessuch as obesity, which in tum can leod to long-serm health complications.
  • Low In Calcium
    • Low calcium content is beneficial for kidney and urinary


Processed Grain By-Products, Forage Products, Roughage Products, Plant Protein Products, Molasses Products, Calcium Carbonate, Grain Products, Salt, DL-Methionine, Choline Chloride, Ferrous Sulfate. Vitamin E Supplement. Vitamin D3 Supplement. Vitamin A Supplement, Calcium Pantothenate. Niacin Supplement. Riboflavin Supplement. Vitamin B12 Supplement, Cobalt Carbonate, Manganese Sulfate, Ethylenediamine Dihydroiodide, Zinc Sulfate, Basic Copper Chloride, Sodium Selenite.
Net Weight: 25kg

Guaranteed Analysis:

Crude Protein (Min) : 18%
Crude Fat (Min) : 1.8%
Crude Fibre (Min): 18.5%
Phosphorus (Min) : 0.4%
Calcium (Min) : 0.7%
Salt (Min) : 0.25%
Vitamin A (Min) : 3000 IU/IB
Feeding Guide: 

       Robbit Pellets A6800 are nutrifionally complete and additional feeding of hay and grain is not necessary.
  • Gestation -
    • First 2 weeks feed once a day 3 to 4oz of rabbit pellets per doe.
    • Gradually increase feed to 6oz during last 2 weeks before kindling.
    • Normal gestation is 31 days.
  • Lactation -
    • First 2 days feed 3 oz of rabbit pellets per day.
    • Grodually increase feed by adding 1oz. per day until feed level is sufficient for satisfactory maintenance.
  • Doe at Weaning -
    • Reduce the rabbit pellets to 3 to 4oz, enough to keep in good condition.
  • Buck -
    • Feed once a doy 3 to 4oz or enough to keep in good condition.
    • Do not overfeed.