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    Hello, long time no speak...

    Just wondering if anyone has tried their fluffs on supremes new fiba first diet 30% fibre? I'm currently changing my buns onto their mature pellet as they are getting on a bit now and I thought they deserved something a bit more up market But I noticed this new range at the pet shop.
    The first thing that shocked me was the price... 10 for 2kg Just wondering if its worth it? Seems a bit expensive to me!


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    Nobody?


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    Meh, I can see people still don't want me on this forum.. 40 views and no replies. Cheers

    I bought a box today anyway.


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    hey. nice to see you back.

    I've never heard of it. can't even get anything up on google either.
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    Here's the box.. too expensive to feed as a staple. Would cost 20 a month to feed 2 rabbits if fed by their guidelines..! I'm going to feed it alongside their regular pellets and hay (if they like it)


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jazzy B Bunny View Post
    Here's the box.. too expensive to feed as a staple. Would cost 20 a month to feed 2 rabbits if fed by their guidelines..! I'm going to feed it alongside their regular pellets and hay (if they like it)
    sounds good. have you got a photo of the label, showing nutritional analysis etc? and a photo of the actual pellets as well? Maybe something I may feed alongside their standard SS pellets.
    Mummy to Molly, a Black Broken Mini Rex, 8 yrs old, and Gerry, a Black Otter Lionhead X Dwarf Lop, 7 yrs old.

    RIP Milly, love you forever xxx

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    ive not tried it thinl i'll stick with the usual ss feed


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    I haven't heard of it to be honest. I'm having trouble with the new higher fibre SS pellets though as my bunny isn't nearly so keen.

    Would be interesting to know if your buns like it.

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    I found this website about it.
    http://www.fibafirst.com/


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    I think Jack will eat it, because he will eat anything! Gizmo will be the one who will give it the paws up or down. He is rather fussy.


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