JR Farm Gnawing Beech Harvest
Gnawing Beech Harvest €3,99 €4,99

Gnawing Beech Harvest

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Product description

JR Farm Gnawing Beech Harvest for Rodents & Rabbits!

rodent herbs friendly to bees and butterflies The JR Farm Beech Harvest (Fagus sylvatica) is part of the natural diet of many rodents. They come across beech trees everywhere in the wild and enjoy nibbling on the bark, twigs and leaves of this tree. Beech leaves contain flavonol glycosides, tannins or tannins and vitamin C. The leaves therefore have a beneficial effect on digestion and stimulate the appetite. The bark is used medicinally, among other things, for intestinal parasites, diarrhea and skin diseases.

The beech harvest can be used as a natural (rodent) snack, but is also fun for a natural rodent enclosure! For the larger rodents, the beech branches can be placed in the enclosure as gnawing and nibbling material, but the twigs can also serve as decoration in the small rodent enclosure. Especially great for hamsterscapes!

The branches and leaves are a source of fiber, but also help wear down the teeth. An advantage of natural gnawing material is that the animals only gnaw it if they really have a gnawing need or a need for fibres.

Pure Nature Straight from the farmer!
Rich in fiber and vitamin C
Supports digestion and intestinal flora
Ideal for Hamsterscaping & Gerbilscaping !

The harvest is 100% natural, untreated and comes directly from the farmer. For that reason, there may still be biodiversity.

Is the Beech Harvest suitable for Hamsterscaping?

Yes, of course! It is very nice to use these for Hamsterscaping , not only as a natural decoration, but also as a healthy and natural gnawing material to wear down the teeth of the animals. It's actually a very natural approach to how the wildlife also wears their teeth, they do this by gnawing on different types of branches, so in that sense the Beech Harvest appeals to the natural behavior of rodents and rabbits!

Do all Rodents and Rabbits like the Beech Harvest?

Yes for sure! The Beech Harvest falls under the harvest with leaves , which is different from harvest with seeds or harvest with herbs . The harvest with leaves is best suited as food for herbivorous (plant-eating) rodents (guinea pig, chinchilla, degu) and rabbit. These animals like to eat the leaves as a source of fiber and then nibble on the branches with the added function of wearing down the teeth.

The granivorous (seed-eating) rodents, such as mice, dwarf hamsters, hamsters, gerbils and rats eat the leaves less quickly, they only do this when they need extra fiber. The Beech harvest will mainly be used as an extra source of fiber and as healthy gnawing material for these animals.

Is gnawing important for rodents?

Some rodents gnaw wood very actively and others don't at all. It is on the one hand a matter of taste, but on the other hand a matter of need. If a rodent has no need to gnaw because the teeth stay at a good length through food, hay or other nibbles, then he will gnaw on wood less. It is good to always offer natural gnawing material so that the animals can always gnaw if they have a need to gnaw.

Gnawing wood is used by rodents to wear down their teeth. Because the teeth of rodents always grow, they need to be chewed regularly so that they do not become too long and grow crooked.

How long does the Beech Harvest last?

That differs greatly for which animal you use it and what the gnawing needs of the animals are. If they have a great gnawing need and it is urgent that the teeth are sharpened, the harvest will be nibbled up quickly, but in practice we actually see that animals nibble on it regularly and that the harvest lasts several changes.

Does the harvest always have such beautiful green leaves?

Unfortunately, that is not always the case. The harvest is dried, so that the leaves are also dried. Just like in nature, the leaves detach quickly when they are dry. In addition to the drying process, nature also influences the shape and richness of this natural product and it can differ significantly from the harvest in the photo shown.

What is the function of Beech Harvest?

Initially, the JR Farm Beech harvest has the function of gnawing wood to wear down the teeth. The dry leaves that travel along on the twigs or in the packaging are an extra source of fiber for the animals or can be used as green decoration for hamster scapes. Finally, the Beech harvest can be used as decoration in hamsterscaping.

How is the Beech Harvest stored with us?

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

jr farm rodent snacks and food for rodents and rabbits

Specifications
Content: 40 grams
Composition: beech harvest
Analysis: -
Promotes Foraging: Yes, by scattering around
Suitable for: Rodents, Mouse, Dwarf Hamster, Hamster, Gerbil, Rat, Guinea Pig, Rabbit, Chinchilla, Degu
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.
JR Farm Gnawing Beech Harvest
Reviews
7.2 / 10
(5)
6 / 10
Corrianne 30 March 2022

Er zaten bijna geen blaadjes meer aan de takjes.

4 / 10
Yo Lien Van Audenhove 25 March 2022

Alle blaadjes waren verkruimeld en er zat geen enkel blaadje nog op de steeltjes, jammer want dit was de reden dat ik deze bestelde.

8 / 10
Isolde 21 August 2019

Je krijgt erg veel en het staat mooi in de kooi. Ook knabbelt de hamster er soms aan. Ik vind alleen wel dat de blaadjes bij mij veel bruiner zijn dan op het plaatje.

8 / 10
Kiki 03 February 2019

Het staat super leuk in een hamsterkooi en mijn hamster vindt het geweldig, ze knabbelt eraan en soms neemt ze blaadjes mee in haar nestje.

10 / 10
bente 01 December 2018

Super! De hamsters knagen eraan, lopen ertussendoor en spelen ermee

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