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JR Farm Meadow Hay Apple
Meadow Hay Apple €3,95 €4,25

Meadow Hay Apple

€4,25 €3,95
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Product description

JR Farm Apple Meadow hay for rodents!

The JR Farm Apple Meadow Hay consists of carefully selected and dried grass and herbs with a very high fiber content . Enriched with healthy apples. A super premium hay for all gourmets among rodents .

Pure Nature
Rich in fiber
Supports digestion and gives a lot of nibbling pleasure

For both small and large rodents and rabbits!

Hay is a natural nesting material for small rodents and an essential fiber source for larger rodents and rabbits!

small rodents Small rodents such as Mice, Dwarf Hamster, Hamsters and Gerbils like to make a nest out of hay. Small rodents have a much smaller need for fiber, but if there is already a shortage or the need is temporarily greater, they are only too happy to nibble on the hay. As a result, hay has two functions for small rodents!

rabbits webshop Hay is essential for Guinea Pigs, Rabbits, Chinchillas and Degus. The animals should be fed unlimited hay daily for the intestines to function properly.

hamsterscaping Hay is great for hamster caping! Mix the hay with your own bedding or place layers in the bedding, alternating hay and bedding. This gives the ground cover more solidity and tunnels made by the small rodents are better preserved. The hay also gives a beautiful effect to see, the color difference gives the accommodation a very natural look.

yr farm rodent snacks and food for rodents and rabbits

Specifications
Content: 500 grams
Composition: Mountain meadow hay, apples 5%
Analysis: -
Suitable for: Rodents
Particularities: -
JR Farm Meadow Hay Apple
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