About Mr Johnson's
Mr Johnson’s is part of a family-owned business that has been producing animal feeds in the UK for over 100 years.
All those years of experience have been put to good use in the development of unique and tasty recipes that small animals really enjoy, whilst providing the essential balanced diet for your pet’s health and vitality.
Flaked steamed peas, concentrate pellets (wheatfeed, sunflower extract, straw, sugar beet, calcium carbonate, molasses, grassmeal, sodium chloride, vegetable oil, vitamin & trace element premix, dicalcium phosphate), flaked barley, flaked maize, locust bean extrusions, wheat extrusions, Verm-X® herb blend, Soya oil.
Vitamin A (E672) 10,000iu/kg; Vitamin D (E671) 1,000iu/kg; Vitamin E 62.5iu/kg; Copper (E4) 12.5mg/kg
Crude protein 14.00%; Crude fibre 10.00%; Crude oils & fats 3.00%; Crude ash 3.50%; Calcium 0.90%; Sodium 0.20%; Phosphorous 0.20%
A rabbits diet should be made up of 85 – 90% of fresh clean good quality hay an essential fibre source and one that mimics their natural diet in the wild. Hay plays a vital part in dental wear and a rabbit’s digestive function. Feed this with a carefully measured portion of Mr Johnson’s Supreme Rabbit Mix as recommended on the packaging dependant on the weight of your rabbit for a balanced diet. A daily portion of suitable fresh greens should also be fed, with fresh clean water being available 24 hours a day.
How much hay should rabbits eat and how often? Rabbits need unlimited access to fresh clean good quality hay 24 hours a day. No one likes dirty, stale food so yesterday’s hay can be used in their bedding area or thrown away and a nice fresh pile of hay should be available daily. Remember to check their hay during the day to ensure they don’t run out and have access to it 24 hours a day, rabbits will continue to graze throughout the night.