Simple Rewards Veggie Treats
Barley Flour, Alfalfa Meal, Rolled Oats, Molasses, Canola Oil (naturally preserved with mixed tocopherols and lecithin), Dried Carrots, Dried Potatoes, Dried Cabbage, Dried Red Peppers, Dried Green Peppers, Flax Seed Meal, Kelp, Garlic Powder, Brewers Yeast, Yucca Schidigera.
* Crude Protein min 12.00%
* Crude Fat min 3.00%
* Crude Fiber max 10.00%
* Moisture max 10.00%
I'm trying not to give critterberries every day since the supply it finite at this point. I need a treat the pigs actually like! And ditto to whoever said earlier that they don't actually feed real strawberry or banana that often, my pigs don't like them either.
I finally ran out of my stock of old formula Vitamin C, and I was dreading trying the new stuff. Since I personally hate pineapple, and the pigs have never had anything even remotely pineapple flavored, I thought they would rebel. It took me such a long time to get them to eat the old Vitamin C as it was! I really thought I was in for the battle of a lifetime.
I gingerly extended half a tablet to each of my two pigs and my foster pigs, fearing the worst....
All four gobbled it up immediately. They love them.
- EARPS Indy
- Supporter in '11
IMO, the ingredients seem better formulated for the smaller rodents that are omnivorous than for the more herbivorous pets.
Also, any opinions regarding the new (or possibly semi-new) medley mixes? Ive also seen on the site that they will be offering a new product called Natural Science that will come in multi-vitamin, immune support, joint support and urinary health. They will also be offering Natural Science food as well, which I am trying to determine how its any different than Cavy Cuisine.
Im just confused as to what products are worth trying and what is worth skipping. FIBRvive? Critical Care Fine Grind? Organics? Does anyone know if the food for other small animals (hamsters, mice, rats) as good or well received as the piggy and rabbit food?