Rabbit Chow Gourmet Blend

All natural:
No extruded products or artificial coloring.

Nutritious pellets, black oil sunflowers, de-hydrated papaya, dehydrated carrots, and
oats:
Keeps rabbit interested in his daily diet.

Convenient and flexible:
One product meets the nutritional needs of growing bunnies and more mature rabbits.

Consistent nutrition:
Reduces digestive upset, helps control odor and assures optimum performance.

Proper consumption:
Rabbits like it, so you're assured of adequate feed intake.

Reduces fines:
Helps minimize waste.

Feeding Tips:

1.Store feed in a dry, well-ventilated area free from rodents and insects. DO NOT use moldy or
insect-infested feed.

2.Whenever rabbits are changed from one feeding program to another, the change should be
made over a five to seven day period. During this time, mix the new feed with the old feed,
gradually increase the amount of the new feed. It is always important to allow time for the
rabbits' intestinal flora to adjust to any new feed.

3.Provide plenty of clean, fresh, cool water to rabbits at all times.

4.When to feed....Evening is the best time to feed your rabbits. Always feed at the same time
each day.

5.Clean feeding dish daily so uneaten pellets do not become stale and moldy.

Important:
A feeding program is only as effective as the management practices followed.

GUARANTEED ANALYSIS:

Crude protein, not less than 15.0%
Crude fat, not less than 2.0%
Crude fiber, not less than 17.0%
Crude fiber, not more than 20.0%
Calcium, not less than 0.6%
Calcium, not more than 1.1%
Phosphorus, not less than 0.4%
Salt, not less than 0.5%
Salt, not more than 1.0%
Vitamin A, not less than 2000 IU/lb
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A Storybook Farm - Caledonia, WI
8033 East Frontage Road - Caledonia, Wisconsin     Phone 262-835-3535   Fax 262-835-4187