JR Farm Pearl millet for rodents & birds
Pearl millet for rodents & birds €2,99 €3,99

Pearl millet for rodents & birds

€3,99 €2,99
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Product description

JR Farm Pearl Millet: A Nutritious Treat for Rodents and Birds!

JR Farm Pearl Millet is a tasty treat that rodents and birds can enjoy as part of their diet. Pearl millet is a natural and nutritious grain that adds variety to your furry friends' diet.

Natural Grain: Pearl millet is a natural grain that is a source of carbohydrates and fiber for rodents and birds
Fun Texture: The pearl millet has a fun texture that challenges rodents and birds to chew and nibble
Variety in Diet: Adding pearl millet to the animals' diet can provide variety and interest in their food
Dietary supplement: Pearl millet can be used as a complementary treat in addition to the regular food of rodents and birds

The JR Farm Pearl Millet is a nutritious and fun treat that can contribute to the variety and nutrition of rodents. As part of a balanced diet and a healthy lifestyle, rodents can enjoy it!

jr farm rodent pearl millet

Content (approx): 40 grams
Composition: pearl millet
Analysis: -
Promotes Foraging: Yes
Suitable for: Rodents, Mouse, Dwarf Hamster, Hamster, Gerbil, Rat, Guinea Pig, Rabbit, Chinchilla, Degu | Bird
Type: supplementary pet food
Particularities: Natural product, which means that color and shape may differ and deviate from the image
Disclaimer: Not for food producing animals
JR Farm Pearl millet for rodents & birds
9 / 10
8 / 10
kim rikki 09 September 2023

goede oogst maar er zit maar 1 in per verpakking, hij is wel heel lang

10 / 10
Adinda 15 November 2022

Mijn dwerghamsters vinden dit heerlijk en staat ook nog eens leuk in een scape!

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