Knaagdier Kruidenier Linseed Flax Harvest for Rodents & Rabbits
Linseed Flax Harvest for Rodents & Rabbits €5,99 €9,99

Linseed Flax Harvest for Rodents & Rabbits

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Product description

Linseed Flax Harvest for Rodents and Rabbits!

rodent herbs friendly to bees and butterflies The seeds of the Linseed plant are a great favorite of small rodents and rightly so because they are packed with healthy fats and fiber. The animals harvest the seeds themselves with their feet, which is not only very touching to see, but also gives them activity and thus prevents boredom.

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

Flaxseed is a natural source of Omega 3 and Omega 6 in small pet food

Flaxseed (the seeds of the flax plant, Linum usitatissimum) is rich in alpha-linolenic acid, a type of omega-3 fatty acid, and also contains linoleic acid, a type of omega-6 fatty acid. Providing a diet that respects our small pets' natural diet is very important and linseed is an excellent natural source of these essential nutritional ingredients.

Is Flax Seed Harvest Suitable For Hamsterscaping?

Of course! Linseed Flax Harvest 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 crops such as the Linseed Flax, 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.

Do all Rodents and Rabbits like the Linseed Flax Harvest?

Yes sure! The Linseed Flax Harvest falls under the harvest with seeds , which is different from harvest with leaves or harvest with herbs . The harvest with seeds is best suited as food for Granivore (seed-eating) rodents, such as mouse, dwarf hamster, hamster, gerbil and rat.

Does Linseed Flax Harvest Challenge Rodents?

Yes for sure! Linseed Flax Harvest creates a lot of challenges 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 Linseed Flax Harvest?

There are many ways to offer the Linseed Flax Harvest, also depending on the objective. You can easily place the Linseed Flax Harvest on the bedding, but if you want your animal to make an effort, you can place the Linseed Flax 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 Linseed Flax to glass by means of a suction cup clamp .

How do rodents eat the Linseed Flax Harvest?

All rodents eat the Linseed Flax in their own way, some rodents hold it with their hands and others nibble it right off. Many small rodents will take the seeds to their nest and store them there for later.

Can animals get fat from Linseed Flax Harvest?

Although the Linseed Flax seeds are high 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 Linseed Flax 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 the Linseed Plant
Linseed has been used as an oil and fiber plant since the Stone Age. Flax seeds can also act as a laxative, as the seeds contain a lot of plant mucus that swells in the intestine and promotes normal bowel function.

herbs for rodents and rabbits

Specifications
Content: Bundle Flaxseed harvest
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.
Knaagdier Kruidenier Linseed Flax Harvest for Rodents & Rabbits
Reviews
10 / 10
(6)
10 / 10
Myrthe Van de Wiel 25 February 2023

Mijn hamster eet dit echt binnen 1 dag op zo lekker vindt ze het. Je krijgt ook een goede hoeveelheid waar je een tijdje mee kunt doen, en de kwaliteit is ook top.

10 / 10
Nina Julia Buren 17 October 2022

Mijn syrische hamster zijn favoriet!! ze gaan zo snel op!

10 / 10
M.S 30 September 2022

Mijn dwerghamster is er dol op!

10 / 10
. 13 June 2022

Als ze het zien staan jn het verlijf word het gelijk leeg geplukt. Zijn er gek op!

10 / 10
Masha 24 May 2022

Mijn campbellies waren altijd groot fan van lijnzaad. Dit keer heb ik het gekocht voor mijn Syrische hamster. Hij vond het niet heel spannend helaas. Maar hij is ook mega kieskeurig!

  • + Lange steel geschikt voor diepe bodembedekking bij scapes

10 / 10
Chantal P. 12 September 2021

Geweldig! Mijn hamsters zijn hier dol op en de kwaliteit van de oogst is ook prachtig. Ik heb DRD gebeld voor dat ik heb besteld om te vragen of het wel vers is. Ik heb namelijk bij een andere winkel een keer besteld en daar was het alles behalve vers. Aan de telefoon werd ik heel netjes te woord gestaan en is bij verteld dat bij DRD de plantjes echt vers zijn en dat is ook echt zo dus ik heb nu een vast adres waar ik mijn plantjes ga kopen, heel erg bedankt DRD

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