A complete and balanced diet formulated specifically for commercial breeding, lactation and growth of rabbits.
It also contains an additive called Adimix to aid in the rabbits’ digestive health.
FEEDING DIRECTIONS Radical changes in a rabbits diet should be avoided.
Barastoc Rabbit Pellet should be introduced over 7 to10 days where rabbits have access to a high quality roughage source such as lucerne hay or chaff.
Growing Rabbits: Introduce gradually 2 weeks prior to weaning.
Growers may then be fed to appetite until market. For replacement stock, monitor body condition score and adjust feeding rate accordingly. Pregnant Does: Feed intake will increase during pregnancy.
Does may be fed up to 160 grams per head per day, and then be fed to appetite from kindling (birthing). Lactating/Breeding Does: Lactating does should be fed to appetite, and will consume approximately 350 grams per head per day
. After weaning, adjust intake to body condition score. Dry Does & Bucks: Feed up to 100 grams per head per day. Monitor body condition score and adjust feed intake accordingly. For all classes of rabbit, monitor feed intakes to ensure that they do not over consume Barastoc Rabbit Pellet.
It is important to keep feed fresh – replenish feed each day. Ensure that a plentiful