Alfalfa & Fruit – 2kg
Premium feed mix for guinea pigs and rabbits, with delicious alfalfa and fruits.
- Premium feed mix with delicious alfalfa and fruits
- Encourages natural foraging behaviour
- Helps keep teeth healthy and trim
Premium feed mix with delicious alfalfa and fruits
Peters Alfalfa & Fruit is a delicious medley of crunchy grains and leafy alfalfa tossed with crispy banana chips, juicy sultanas, jumbo raisins and a sprinkling of paw paw and pineapple pieces. It’s a rabbit and guinea pig favourite!
Containing crunchy pellets made from wholesome grains and pulses plus nutritious lucerne chaff, Peters Alfalfa & Fruit tastes delicious!
Encourages natural foraging behaviour
The tantalising array of flavours, textures and aromas in Peters Alfalfa & Fruit encourages the natural foraging behaviour of guinea pigs and rabbits. Your pet will love discovering tasty morsels to nibble at mealtime.
Helps keep teeth healthy and trim
The hard, crunchy texture of the pellets in Peters Alfalfa & Fruit promotes chewing to help keep your pet’s teeth clean, trim and healthy.
Suitable for all breeds of adult guinea pigs and rabbits.
Weight: 2kg carton
Pellets (containing Wheaten bran and pollard, Lupins, Barley, Lucerne (Alfalfa), Clover, Lignin, Canola, Triticale, Lentils, Oats, Peas, Beans, Soya, Sunflower, Grape and products derived from those ingredients, Bentonite, Limestone, Dicalcium phosphate, Salt, Vitamins and Minerals), Oats, Sorghum, Lucerne (Alfalfa) chaff (3.5%), (total Alfalfa 5.5%), Black sunflower seed, Banana chips (3%), Sultanas (3%), Jumbo raisins (1%), Paw paw (0.5%), Pineapple (0.5%) and Vegetable oil.
- Crude Protein (min) 13.0%
- Crude Fat (min) 4.0%
- Crude Fibre (max) 12.0%
- Salt (NaCl) (max added) 0.5%
- Calcium (max) 0.7%
- Phosphorus (min) 0.4%
Where to buy: Available at selected supermarkets
How to feed your pet guinea pigs and rabbits with Peters Alfalfa and Fruit:
The amount to feed will depend on the size and age of your pet. As a guide, a guinea pig will eat approximately 25-50 grams per day and a rabbit will eat approximately 50-100 grams per day. The needs of individual pets may vary, so weight and wellbeing should be regularly monitored.
Guinea pigs and rabbits need high levels of fibre in their diets for healthy digestion and to keep teeth trim. Hay is a source of essential long-strand fibre and should comprise 75% of your pet’s daily diet.
Provide fresh fruit and vegetables, clean bedding and fresh drinking water each day.