Vitapol Economic Food For Rabbits Economic food for rabbits, due to the necessary high fiber content in the diet to ensure the proper functioning of the digestive tract of animals, was enriched with granules from high-quality meadow hay (20%). In addition to the nutritional value, hay effectively rubs the incisors of rabbits, taking care of their proper appearance and contributes to the removal of hair remaining in the digestive tract.
The wholesome food also consists of granules rich in basic nutrients, ensuring adequate nutrition for rabbits. The share of vegetables such as beetroot and carrot provide many valuable natural vitamins and minerals. The beetroot root is a source of vitamins B, PP, A, C. It affects the body’s immunity and increases the amount of red blood cells in the blood.
The small proportion of dried apples contributes to the improvement of digestion due to the beneficial properties of this fruit for intestinal peristalsis. Apple also provides many vitamins and minerals, including potassium that increases muscle tone and iron, as a component of hemoglobin, affects the oxygenation of the body.
Pea flakes, on the other hand, provide the body with amino acids that it does not produce. The presence of linseed ensures that our rabbit’s coat will be healthy and beautifully shiny. After all, a healthy bunny is a happy bunny!
- Contribution of high fiber ensures proper functioning of the digestive tract
- Enriched with pellets of high-quality meadow hay (20%)
- Effectively rubs rabbit teeth properly taking care of their appearance and removes residual hair in the digestive tract
- Vegetables like beets and carrots provide a variety of natural vitamins and minerals
- Red beet root is a source of Vitamins B, PP, A, C and affects the body’s resistance while increasing the number of red blood cells
- Small share of dried apple contributes to improving digestion while providing a number of vitamins and minerals, including potassium
- Maintains ideal weight of rabbits
- Contains extra natural fiber for better intestinal peristalsis.