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Knaagdier Kruidenier Barley Harvest
Barley Harvest €5,95 €7,95
€7,95 €5,95
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Product description

Rodent Grocery Barley Harvest rodents and rabbits!

Delicious sun-ripened Barley Harvest to nibble on and harvest. A healthy variation on the daily diet or a beautiful natural decoration of the accommodation! Small rodents especially love these spikes. With their hands they skilfully remove the seeds from the casings and chew them up nicely. In addition to healthy fats, vitamins and minerals, the animals also receive a portion of challenge so that they will not get bored quickly!

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

The harvest is 100% natural, untreated and comes directly from the farmer.

In addition to fiber and vitamin B3, barley contains many (other) vitamins and minerals, such as vitamins A and D, selenium, copper and magnesium. Furthermore, even more than oatmeal, barley is able to control blood sugar levels so that too much insulin is not required.

herbs for rodents and rabbits

Specifications
Content: Bundle Barley 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 Barley Harvest
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