Burgess Excel Hedgerow Herb Hay 3kg

Excel Hedgerow Herb Hay is a sweet smelling Timothy Hay with Hedgerow Herbs that’s high in Beneficial Fibre and a great part of your small animals’ diet.
Brand Excel
Manufacturer Burgess
Species Small Mammal
£14.99
In stock
Reference
BG00019

Description

Excel Hedgerow Herb Hay is a sweet smelling Timothy Hay with Hedgerow Herbs that’s high in Beneficial Fibre and a great part of your small animals’ diet.

Timothy Hay with dandelion, nettle, mallow and camomile - suitable for your rabbits, guinea pigs and chinchillas.

Burgess Excel Hedgerow Herb Hay is a great way to keep your pet's teeth healthy; the natural gnawing action will help to grind down your small animal's teeth keeping them healthy and trim as well as providing a source of entertainment.

Properties

  • 100% natural ingredients.
  • High in beneficial fibre (60%).
  • High in crude fibre (31%).
  • Helps maintain a healthy immune system.
  • Great to prevent boredom.
  • Promotes natural foraging behaviour.
  • Contains dandelion, nettle, mallow and camomile.
  • Suitable for all fibrevores (rabbits, guinea pigs, chinchillas etc).

Packaging

3kg

Composition

Analytical Constituents
Beneficial fibre 60%, Crude Protein 6.7%, Crude oils & fats 1.7%, Crude Fibre 31.4%, Crude Ash 6%, Sodium 0.08%

Composition
Meadow Hay (98%) Dandelion (0.5%), Camomile (0.5%), Nettle (0.5%), Mallow flowers (0.5%)

Excel Feeding Hay with Hedgerow Herbs is a natural field-grown product produced in the countryside. As such although all possible precautions are taken it is possible for extraneous matter items from the field to find their way into the product without detection.

Directions

Feeding Guide:

Feed your fibrevore a minimum of his or her body size in Herbage every day as part of The Excel Feeding Plan.

 

Remember that good quality hay and/or grass should make up the majority of your fibrevores’ diet and should be available at all times.

Fibrevores should also be fed a small amount of Excel Tasty Nuggets, a small Nature Snack and a small amount of leafy greens each day. Please talk to your vet for further information.

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