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Guinea Pig Chow per 1 lb

Article number: S1-5025-lb. Guinea Pig
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Guinea Pig Chow is a complete life-cycle diet formulated to maintain reproduction, lactation, growth, and maintenance of guinea pigs. Guinea Pig Chow contains the proper amount of stabilized vitamin C as determined by Purina research. No supplemental greens are needed.

 

 

FEATURES

- Complete diet pellets for guinea pigs.

- Contains the proper amount of greens stabilized vitamin C for guinea pigs.

- Specifically researched formula for guinea pigs.

- Supports normal growth and development.

 

GUARANTEED ANALYSIS

 

Crude Protein min. 18.0%

Crude Fat min 4.0%

Crude Fiber max. 16.0%

Ash max. 9.0%

Added Minerals max. 3.5%

 

INGREDIENTS

Dehydrated alfalfa meal, soybean meal, ground oats, ground corn, wheat middlings. soybean hulls, animal fat preserved with mixed tocopherols, calcium carbonate, calcium phosphate, ground wheat, spray dried whey, salt, magnesium oxide, choline chloride, dI-methionine, ascorbic acid, vitamin A acetate, vitamin A palmitate, D activated animal sterol (source of vitamin D, activity), d/-alpha tocopheryl acetate (source of vitamin E activity), vitamin B12, thiamin mononitrate, riboflavin, calcium d-pantothenate, niacin, folic acid, pyridoxine hydrochloride, manganous oxide, zinc sulfate, ferrous carbonate, copper sulfate, cobalt carbonate, calcium iodate, sodium selenite.

 

FEEDING DIRECTIONS

Guinea Pig Chow* should be fed to guinea pigs on a free-choice basis unless a body weight regulation program is required. Mature guinea pigs consume 25 to 40 grams per animal per day. Guinea pigs must have a daily dietary supply of vitamin C (ascorbic acid). The practice of using fresh fruits and vegetables to supply supplemental vitamin C and water is optional although not recommended because they soon become spoiled, moldy and unpleasant to the animals. A plentiful supply of clean, fresh water should be made available to the animals at all times.

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