Knaagdier Kruidenier Amaranth Harvest Green for rodents & Birds
Amaranth Harvest Green for rodents & Birds €5,95 €7,95

Amaranth Harvest Green for rodents & Birds

€7,95 €5,95
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Amaranth Harvest Green for rodents & Birds!

Wonderful sun-ripened amaranth for rodents and rabbits! Small rodents in particular enjoy eating the seeds open. It not only gives the animals essential supplementary nutrients, but also a challenge and nibbling pleasure. The seeds contain good fats that can help maintain a healthy coat and skin.

100% Natural & directly from the Dutch farmer
Essential fats, good for the coat
Lots of natural nibbling fun
Ideal for Hamsterscaping & Gerbilscaping !

Amaranth contains many proteins, minerals, saponins, fiber, unsaturated fatty acids, many vitamins from the B complex, vitamin A and vitamin C. It contains no less than 18 different important amino acids. The seeds are full of lynse, the protein that is also found in soy, but also magnesium, potassium, zinc, phosphorus and vitamins B and E.

Is Amaranth suitable for Hamsterscaping?

Yes, of course! Amaranth is great for hamster scaping. Hamster scaping is all about approaching the natural behavior of the animals. Small rodents such as Mice, Dwarf Hamsters, Hamsters, Gerbils and Rats are real seed eaters (granivores), by offering seed-rich harvests such as the Amaranth, the natural behavior of the animals is addressed. Animals that can show their natural behavior are happy and feel good about themselves, so it is very important for the health of the animal.

Does amaranth challenge rodents?

Yes for sure! Amaranth presents a lot of challenge because the animals have to harvest the seeds themselves from the plant. After all, the seeds are not offered separately, but must really be removed from the plant and that provides extra enrichment, which we also call feed enrichment.

How should I offer the Amaranth?

There are many ways to offer the Amaranth, also depending on the objective. If you want your animal to make an effort, you can place the amaranth upright in the bedding, with a layer of at least 20 cm that is fine.

It is also possible to attach it to the bars of the enclosure with a snack clamp .
It is also possible to attach the amaranth to glass by means of a suction cup clamp .

How do rodents eat the Amaranth?

All rodents eat the amaranth in their own way, some rodents hold it with their hands and others nibble it off.

Can animals get fat from Amaranth?

Although the Amaranth seeds are rich in fat, these are healthy fats that are essential for the health of the animals, so it is not an extreme fattener.

How is the Amaranth Harvest stored with us?

It is nice to know that we receive this harvest directly from the manufacturer and can therefore offer very good freshness. In our warehouse, the harvest is stored cool, dry and UV-free. The latter is important to prevent the degradation of nutrients by UV light. We therefore recommend always storing the harvest in a dark, cool and dry place.

History of Amaranth
In classical Greece, the flowers of the amaranth were used as grave decorations, as a symbol of immortality, because of their durability. In folk medicine, this plant is used as a remedy for diarrhea.

herbs for rodents and rabbits

Content: Bundle Amaranth Harvest Green
Suitable for: Rodents, Mouse, Dwarf Hamster, Hamster, Gerbil, Rat, Guinea Pig, Rabbit, Chinchilla, Degu | Bird
Particularities: Natural product, which means that the color and quantity of leaves/flowers can deviate significantly from the image shown. Fragile, which means that twigs can be broken. Bundled so that twigs can be entangled.
Knaagdier Kruidenier Amaranth Harvest Green for rodents & Birds
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