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Mixerama Bremerland's 'low carb' Campbelli Mix
Bremerland's 'low carb' Campbelli Mix €5,50 €5,99

Bremerland's 'low carb' Campbelli Mix

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Mixerama Bremerland's 'low carb' Campbelli Mix

The Campbelli Dwarf Hamster lives in the wild in the arid semi-deserts and steppe regions of Mongolia and northeastern China. For this reason, this lean mixture is low in carbohydrates (grain) because they do not occur in natural habitats. Accordingly, Campbell's digestive system is not designed to digest carbohydrates.

This mixture is based on the natural habitat of the Campbell dwarf hamster. It contains seeds of natural vegetation (larch and spruce). It contains 28% flower seeds, 64% oilseeds, 4% animal protein and 4% flowers. The low-carbohydrate recipe relieves the metabolism and is therefore particularly suitable for dwarf hamsters that already suffer from diabetes and as a diet food.

Composition Mixerama Bremerlands 'low carb' Campbelli Mix

Wild seeds, meadow grass, weed seeds, clover seeds, linseed, niger seeds, brown perilla, cardi, chicory seeds, red vertebrate grass, crickets, mealworms, broadseds, striped sunflower seeds, pumpkin seeds, larch seeds, fir seeds, plantain and marigold.

Mixerama natural food natural food for rodent and rabbit, hamster, mouse, dwarf hamster, rat, guinea pig, degu, chinchilla

Content: 500 grams | 1 kg | 2,5 kg | 5 kg
Composition: -
Analysis: Crude ash: 4.6% crude protein, 21.3% crude fiber, 13.6% pure protein, 19.5% red fat, 22.3% starch, 13.8% total sugar (sucrose), 2.4% calcium, 0.47 % Phosphorus, 0.54%
Suitable for: Rodents, Dwarf Hamster
Particularities: Complementary food
Mixerama Bremerland's 'low carb' Campbelli Mix
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