JR Farm Wooden Fruit Jar 9 cm
Wooden Fruit Jar 9 cm €4,99 €5,99

Wooden Fruit Jar 9 cm

€5,99 €4,99
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Product description

JR Farm Wooden Fruit Pot for rodents and rabbits!

The JR Farm Wooden Fruit Pot is a natural food bowl made of hardwood for nibbling and gnawing. Het Potje is filled with fruity JR Farm fruit salad including banana chips, corn flakes, carob, pineapple, apricots and red beets. Once the wooden pot is used up, it can be used as a food bowl and filled with treats again!

Pure Nature
Enriched with delicious fruits
Prevents boredom and helps wear out the teeth

Nutritional advice Fruit Jar

There is no hard and fast guideline for feeding fruit, but we recommend that you use it sparingly. Animals prone to diabetes should be fed very little or no fruit at all. Not suitable for diabetes-prone animals.

jr farm rodent snacks and food for rodents and rabbits

Content: 12 grams | ⌀ 9 cm (outside) | ⌀ 5.5 cm (inside)
Composition: extruded maize flour, banana chips 22%, maize flakes, carob, pineapple, apricots 4.8%, beetroot, extruded rice flour
Analysis: protein 6.1%, fat content 9.6%, crude fiber 3.9%, crude ash 2.0%
Promotes Foraging: Yes, by scattering around
Suitable for: Rodents, Mouse, Dwarf Hamster, Hamster, Gerbil, Rat, Guinea Pig, Rabbit
Particularities: Not suitable for diabetes-prone animals
JR Farm Wooden Fruit Jar 9 cm
9 / 10
10 / 10
Glenn 19 March 2019

Ideaal als voerbakje!!! Perfecte grotte ziet er kleiner uit op de foto maar is te vergelijken met voerbakje. Ik heb het fruit er uit gedaan voor het voerbakje.

8 / 10
Jason 22 December 2018

Mijn ratten hadden niet geen interesse in de inhoud maar ze vonden het leuk om het door de kooi te rollen/gooien.

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