manitoba coniglietto Mixture Of Rabbit 1kg
The rabbit (Oryctolagus cuniculus) belongs to the family Leporidae, as the hare. In the wild rabbits live in groups, in underground tunnel systems dug by them. The structure and the size of this animal varies considerably depending on the breed: is part, in fact, the Dutch dwarf rabbit that weighs less than a kilogram and arrive to the giant breeds (such as the Flemish Giant), who weigh up eight. The digestive system of the rabbit is characterized a particular physiological characteristic that ciecotrofia, resulting in a process of formation and ringestione of a particular type of feces, called loose stools. Thanks to this, the rabbit, which is a monograstrico, is able to "digest by bacterial fermentation" fibrous foods such as occurs in ruminant. The rabbit then produces two types of feces, hard stools, spherical, fibrous, dry, constituted by undigested material, which are eliminated throughout the course of the day, and the soft feces, which are re-ingested, and are issued especially during the early hours of the day.
Pellets, Carob beans, Maize, Oats, Peas, Wheat, Grapes, Banana, Carrot, Sunflower seed, Extruded, Peas flaked, Barley, White Sunflower, Maize flaked, Maize pet
Instructions for proper use
The bunny Manitoba is a complete food to be administered in appropriate feeders in an amount corresponding to that consumed in the 24 hours on average, and this in function of physical activity, the space available, the microclimate and the age of the rabbit. Especially in rabbits forced to poor gait it is advisable to associate with the mixture of good quality hay. Ensure fresh, clean water always available.
Product Analysis :
Moisture 11.45 %
Raw Protein 10.25 %
Raw Fat 7.63 %
Raw Ash 4.25 %
Raw Fiber 10.55 %
Article No. :MCCG01