Supreme Selective Rabbit Adult Rabbit food
Selective Rabbit Adult Rabbit food €10,95 €12,95

Selective Rabbit Adult Rabbit food

€12,95 €10,95
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Supreme Selective Rabbit Rabbit Food

Rabbit food from Supreme Selective Rabbit is a natural, tasty and healthy rabbit food! Adult rabbits have specific nutritional needs. Supreme Selective Rabbit is composed of 25% crude fiber and a balanced calcium:phosphorus ratio, so you can be sure that you are providing your rabbits with the best quality food that supports well-being and promotes vitality. That's why vets recommend Supreme Selective Rabbit Food.

✔High Quality Fibers for Dental Well-Being
No added sugars
Prebiotics to support digestion
Fortified with vitamins and minerals
Flaxseed for healthy skin and a coat

Supreme Selective Rabbit 1.5 kg Rabbit food is suitable as a complete food for adult rabbits. It contains a lot of natural fibers to promote well-being and vitality. With no added sugars and the best quality ingredients, Selective is gentle to teeth and ensures that your rabbits experience an amazing taste sensation and supreme satisfaction.

High fiber percentage
Fat content

Vets believe that high fiber rabbit food is most important! Wild rabbits mainly eat grass, which naturally contains 20-25% fiber. Supreme Selective Rabbit contains no less than 25% fiber.

With food as the main source of fiber, Selective also contains many other tasty, natural ingredients - flaxseed with Omega 3 and 6 that help keep your rabbit's skin and coat in top condition, as well as natural prebiotics to help promote friendly bacteria.

Is Supreme Selective Rabbit Food a special food for adult Rabbits?

Yes, this is an all-in-one kibble specially developed to prevent nutritional deficiencies due to selective eating. Animals that eat very selectively or that show nutritional deficiencies are best fed an all-in-one kibble so that they get all the nutrients they need. After all, every chunk has the same composition, so that no nutritional deficiencies can arise.

Supreme Selective Rabbit for the first time?

When feeding Selective to your rabbits for the first time, make sure to switch gradually from one food to another over 10-14 days. Initially, you should mix a small amount of the selective with your rabbits old food, then slowly reduce the old diet, gradually increasing the amount of the selective. A sudden change in diet can cause digestive problems even when switching to a better quality diet, so be careful!

If your rabbits are used to a sugary diet, you may find that it takes a while to persuade the animals to eat a healthier diet, but persistence wins and as it will benefit your rabbits' health in the long run It is important not to give up too quickly.

And don't forget fresh hay and water! Your rabbits should have an unlimited supply of both at all times.

Supreme Selective food for older rabbits

Do you have adult rabbits that are four years old or older? In that case, it is better to switch to the Selective Rabbit Mature 4+. This rabbit food offers a diet specifically tailored to the nutritional needs of older rabbits that are less active and is mixed with the best quality Timothy Hay. It contains tasty herbs that are packed with natural antioxidants to help maintain appetite and keep your senior rabbits happy and healthy. Read more about Selective Rabbit Mature here.

Supreme Selective rabbit food for young bunnies

Do you have young rabbits between the ages of 4-20 weeks, or a pregnant/nursing nurse? Selective Rabbit Junior is specially formulated to support the nutritional needs of young rabbits and for pregnant and lactating nurses. It contains extra protein to support growth and development. Supreme Selective Rabbit Junior is additionally fortified with a blend of amino acids, vitamins and herbs to provide a natural source of antioxidants, helping to give rabbits a great start in life. Read more about Supreme Selective Rabbit Junior here .

Is Supreme Selective Rabbit Food Complete Rabbit Food?

Yes, it is a complete staple food for Rabbits, because the food contains an extensive analysis, it can be given as a staple food .

Supreme Selective Rabbit rabbit food nutritional advice

A typical adult rabbit weighing 2.5 kg needs approximately 60-70 g per day of Supreme Selective Rabbit food. Supreme Selective Rabbit can be fed as needed, but weight and well-being should be monitored regularly. Store in a cool, dry place before and after opening. Fresh hay and water should always be available.

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Content (approx): 1.5 kg | 3 kg | 5 kg | 10 kg
Composition: Alfalfa (lucerne), soybeans, wheat grains, grated peas, linseed, beet pulp, soy flour, soybean oil, monocalcium phosphate, salt, calcium carbonate.
Analysis: Crude protein 14.0%, Crude fiber 25.0%, Crude oils and fats 4.0%, Crude ash 8.0%, Calcium 0.6%, Sodium 0.3%, Phosphorus 0.4%, Vitamin A 15000 IU, Vitamin D3 1500 IU, Iron Sulfate Monohydrate 152mg, Calcium Iodate Anhydrous 1.5mg, Copper Sulfate Pentahydra
Promotes Foraging: Yes, by scattering around
Suitable for: Rodents, Rabbit
Particularities: Complete feed
Supreme Selective Rabbit Adult Rabbit food
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Julia 06 June 2021

Ons konijn vind het super lekker ook al eet hij het al jaren!!

10 / 10
Fr 23 September 2019

Ons konijn is er gek op

10 / 10
Larissa 01 February 2019

Het is echt super voer ben er erg blij mee en mijn konijnen ook :-)

10 / 10
Dennis 19 November 2015

Wij geven onze konijnen al jaren Supreme Selective Rabbit. Heel tevreden over deze konijnenvoeding.

10 / 10
Melissa 11 September 2015

Ik gebruik de Supreme Selective Rabbit al sinds een jaar en ben er zeer blij mee. De konijntjes smikkelen er echt van.

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