JR Farm Millet Harvest 100 grams
Millet Harvest 100 grams €7,99 €8,99

Millet Harvest 100 grams

€8,99 €7,99
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Product description

JR Farm Millet for Rodents & Rabbits!

rodent herbs friendly to bees and butterflies JR Farm Millet is a natural snack with delicious sun-ripened seeds. For lots of healthy nibbling fun! The millet can be used as food enrichment, but also as decoration for a natural rodent enclosure. Put the feathers up in the enclosure and it will look beautiful. The stems have a beautiful green color and the overhanging plumes give a beautiful effect.

Pure Nature
Rich in fiber and essential oils
✔Supports the skin and coat
Ideal for Hamsterscaping & Gerbilscaping !

Did you know that millet also grows wild in the Netherlands? It is one of the first cultivated crops in the Netherlands. Nice to know that millet is gluten free. Very important amino acids can be found in the proteins of millet. Furthermore, millet is very rich in iron, magnesium, copper, phosphorus and manganese.

Millet also contains vitamins B1 and B6. In addition to a remarkably high protein content, millet is also very rich in silicic acid (silicon). Silicic acid supports the construction of skin, coat and nails. A special property of millet is that it supports temperature management. This makes millet extremely suitable for older animals.

The millet is particularly suitable for seed-eating rodents such as mice, hamsters, gerbils and rats.

Is Millet Harvest suitable for Hamsterscaping?

Yes, of course! Millet Harvest is great to use in hamsterscaping. Hamsterscaping 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 harvest such as the Millet, the natural behavior of the animals is addressed. Animals that can show their natural behavior are happy and comfortable in their own skin, so it is very important for the health of the animal.

Do all Rodents and Rabbits like the Millet Harvest?

Yes for sure! The Plume Millet 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 the Granivore (seed-eating) rodents, such as mice, dwarf hamsters, hamsters, gerbils and rats.

Does Millet Harvest provide a challenge to rodents?

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

How should I present the Plume Millet Harvest?

There are many ways to offer the Plume Millet Harvest, also a bit depending on the objective. You can easily place the Pluim Millet Harvest on the bedding, but if you want your animal to make an effort, you can place the Pluy Millet upright in the bedding, with a layer of at least 20 cm that is perfectly doable.

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

How do rodents eat the Millet Harvest?

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

Can animals get fat from Plume Millet Harvest?

Although the Millet seeds are high in fat, they are healthy fats that are essential for the health of the animals, so it is not an extreme fattener.

How is the Poultry Millet 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: 100 grams
Composition: Millet
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 Millet Harvest 100 grams
Reviews
10 / 10
(5)
10 / 10
. 17 August 2022

Mijn hamsters vinden het heerlijk, maar dari staat toch op nummer 1

10 / 10
Elsje 01 July 2020

Pluimgierst is een van de zadenplanten die ik steevast in mijn verblijf heb. De meeste hamsters vinden het erg lekker, het geeft ze iets te doen tegen verveling en het stimuleert natuurlijk gedrag. Bovendien voegt het extra geuren toe aan het verblijf wat erg belangrijk is voor hamsters aangezien ze vooral hun neus gebruiken omdat ze slechtziend zijn. Het staat ook prachtig en omdat het zo weelderig is geeft het ze een gevoel van beschutting, ze kunnen er heerlijk onder schuilen, wat fijn is omdat het prooidieren zijn. Er zit altijd best veel in 1 verpakking dus zeker de moeite waard om eens te proberen.

10 / 10
Nicolet 01 January 2020

Mijn hamster is er gek op. Hij knabbelt het op tot het laatste zaadje.

10 / 10
Els 01 October 2019

Mijn hamster vindt dit echt superlekker. Maar zelfs als dat niet het geval zou zijn zou ik het nog kopen voor de decoratieve waarde. Het maakt het hamsterverblijf helemaal af. Er zit ook echt veel in een verpakking en je kunt er dus flink mee aan de slag.

10 / 10
Judith 02 April 2019

Leuk om mee te hamsterscapen. Word ook lekker aan geknabbeld

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