Rabbit food

Widgeon

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I've always fed Excel, but looking at the Allen & Page they are quite a lot cheaper. Perhaps I should switch? I've never had a rabbit who didn't like Excel and do well on them though.
 

BlackRider

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I've always fed Science Selective, when I first got my Alfred I fed him excel but it was too rich for him, so swapped to SS which is higher in fibre and he did really well on those.

I did try the A&P for a while but he wasn't keen.

So have stuck with SS since, although I'd recently switched over to their house rabbit pellets.
 

Redders

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Excel or science selective pellets are the only pellets that are extruded in the manufacturing process, others are cold pressed. They are the only pellets currently endorsed by the vets at the RWAF, so I would only recommend those. I personally use science selective for my girls. As a note to any one who may read this in the future and feeds a muesli mix - please don’t feed it! It’s very bad for them.
 
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