Guinea Pigs are herbivorous rodents that have a well-developed caecum (hind gut) for fermentation of plant material. They require a high fibre diet consisting mostly of grass and hay. Unlike other small mammals, guinea pigs have a have a special dietary requirement for Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid) which they obtain from fresh plant material and leafy green vegetables.
Young guinea pigs are born well-developed (precocial), fully furred, eyes open and mobile soon after birth. They have a high requirement for protein in early life to sustain their rapid growth rate, and this is provided by the mother's milk for upto 3 weeks of age.
Our products include Guinea Pig Milk Replacer, hand-rearing accessories as well as healthy supplements and treats for adult guinea pigs.
Clover Pellets are a nutritional supplement for small herbivores including rabbits & guinea pigs.
- High fibre & low starch for good digestive function.
- Vitamins & Minerals for optimum health.
- Fortified with Vitamin C - an essential nutrient for Guinea Pigs.
- Balances hay and vegetable diets.
- Highly palatable clover-based formula.
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Clover, oaten hay, plant fibre, rice hulls, whole oats, soy proteins, lysine, methionine, mannan oligosaccharides, β-glucans, canola & linseed oils, stabilised vitamin C, vitamins A, B1,B2,B3,B5,B6,B9,B12,D3,E,K, biotin, folic acid, choline, inositol, calcium, phosphorus, potassium, sodium, magnesium, zinc, iron, manganese, copper, iodine, selenium.
Protein 14% Fat 4% Crude Fibre 22% Neutral Detergent Fibre (NDF) 40% Starch (max) 10% Calcium 0.8% Phosphorus 0.4% Vitamin C 500mg/kg Vitamin D3 1000 IU/kg Vitamin E 250mg/kg Metabolisable Energy 9.0 MJ/kg
1.25kg, 5kg & 20kg.
Feed Clover Pellets as a nutritional supplement to small herbivores, including rabbits & guinea pigs. 80% of the diet should be grass hay, with the remainder made up of fresh leafy greens and pellets. Avoid feeding large amounts of cereal grains or fruit as these items contain high levels of starch and sugars, and may lead to digestive upset.
1 scoop = 9 grams of pellets
0.5 ⅔ 3.0 2½ 1.0 1 4.0 3 1.5 1½ 6.0 4 2.0 2 8.0 5
Note: feed rates are based on pellets making up 15% of total energy intake.
Multiply feed rates by 2 times during pregnancy and by 3 times whilst suckling young.