Out of interest, everytime I see a brand of rabbit food I check out the nutritional value (I'm sure you're all the same)...and I can't for the life of me fathom why they're all such appalling quality! That Wagg Bunny Brunch muck has a piffling 8% fibre or something...and the Wagg premium stuff isn't much better. Tesco's own value Rabbit and Guinea Pig food (without noticable enough info about the vitamin C issue if you ask me), has even less! Apart from Burgess, Science Selectie and A&P, they're all appalling! What excuse is there for the manufacturer of a rabbit food to produce and flog something that is going to do your animal more harm than good? Do they have any idea about the nutrition needed by the animals they're so pathetically catering for? Would it really cost any more to up the fibre levels and reduce the protein? Even in a bloody mix? GAH, this really rubs me up the wrong way. I understand that they're obv. in it for the money, but why create such blatant rubbish?! Surely it wouldn't cost that much to make the food higher in fibre?! Too many under educated rabbit owners are going around believing that just because it says "rabbit food", it's good for them!