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Oxbow Pellets

PhobeandEquis

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Hello! I am from Spain and I have some doubts about the Oxbow pellets. I have seen that they have changed the formula of the Oxbow Essential and that now it is much worse. So I think the best I can give them is Oxbow, but seeing that they have changed the formula, I do not know what to give them now. I also want pellets with free GMO I have seen the ecological oxbow quite well and the natural science. Any recommendation?
 

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Hello! I am from Spain and I have some doubts about the Oxbow pellets. I have seen that they have changed the formula of the Oxbow Essential and that now it is much worse. So I think the best I can give them is Oxbow, but seeing that they have changed the formula, I do not know what to give them now. I also want pellets with free GMO I have seen the ecological oxbow quite well and the natural science. Any recommendation?
I don't know if this helps at allhttps://www.theguineapigforum.co.uk/threads/nugget-comparison-chart.143415/
I use oxbow and find them very good. Nuggets are the least important part of a piggy diet, as long as they have plenty of good quality hay and fresh vegetables. A small amount a day to adult piggies is all that is needed
 
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the most important thing in a pellet is that it must be grain free. No gluten, no wheat, no cereals, no sugars. Oxbow is still producing pellets with cereals...
My piggies have only some pieces of pellets as a treat, maybe 1 teaspoon each pig...
Anyway, welcome to this forum! :wel:
 
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