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Heygates Rabbit Pellets + Coccidiostat - 20 kg

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Heygates Rabbit Choice Pellets are a very popular feed and will satisfy all of your rabbit's nutritional requirements as well as prevent disease.


Heygates Commercial Rabbit Pellets with Coccidiostat are 3mm pellet suitable for commercial and domestic rabbits.

They are manufactured from quality raw materials with locally produced cereals, Fortified with proteins minerals and vitamins to satisfy all your rabbit's nutritional requirements.

  • Manufactured from quality raw materials.
  • Fortified with proteins, minerals and vitamins.
  • A coccidiostat is included to help prevent disease.
  • Added vitamin C.
  • 18% Protein
  • 16% Fibre
  • 3mm pellet suitable for commercial and domestic rabbits.
Feeding Guidelines

Growing Rabbits (Up to one year old)
Feed pellets or mix to appetite. Typical daily intake is between 100g and 200g

Adult Rabbits
Feed 25g of Pellets or Mix for every kg of your rabbit's body weight. e.g. for a medium sized rabbit weighing 2kg feed 50g per day. If introducing a new feed do so gradually to avoid digestive upsets.

Lactating does
Feed 75g of pellets or mix for every kilo of your rabbit's body weight.

Rabbits need plenty of fibre to keep their digestive systems healthy so good quality fresh hay should be available ad lib. Hay is also essential because the grinding action of chewing long forage helps to reduce the likelihood of dental problems. Ideally rabbits should also have access to grass for grazing. Never feed grass cuttings as this can cause digestive upset.

Fresh greens
Feed a variety of fresh greens daily, approximately one adult handful depending on the size of the rabbit. Introduce new greens gradually to avoid digestive upset.

Rabbits should have constant access to clean fresh water.