Wagg Optimum GP food

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Lucinda

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If this is the one in the red bag then my lot liked it, but I can't get it now.
 

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It is in the red bag, and is a nice small pellet which is why I think the pigs like them.

I really ought to get my lot over to a pellet food as I do find they can be selective and leave the bits they dont want.

It is hard to get hold off however, I have only ever seen the small bags in Jolleyes...never anywhere else. I am thinking of ordering direct from Waggs and getting the big 10k bags. With 21 pigs I get through quite a lot.

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Can anyone check the ingredients of the Optimum and see if it looks ok for piggies and nothing 'nasty' in there. I have copied and pasted the details if thats ok.


Typical Analysis Protein 17.0%
Oil 4.0%
Fibre 15.0%
Ash 7.0%

Ingredients

Wheatfeed, Sunflower, Grass, Oatfeed, Maize,
Locust Bean Meal, Syrup, Vegetable Oil, Yeast,
Vitamins and Minerals.
This product may contain traces of nuts, as it
has been made in a factory.
Vitamin A: 15,000iu/kg, Vitamin D3: 1500iu/kg,
Vitamin E: 240mg/kg, Vitamin E: 90iu/kg, Copper: 16mg/kg.


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Cheryl from Sprowstow rescue recommends this one - she was involved in the trials for it if I remember rightly!

I did have a sack donated here which went down well with the pigs - I haven't been able to get it again since though unfortunately.
 
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Wagg Optimum Pellets are now on Sale in Asda :D
 
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I've bought a bag from Asda, will let you know how they find it!
 
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How much is a big sack? And how big are the sacks? I use approx 30kg a wheek, so price matters.
 
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It's 16.50 on the Wagg website and 13.99 on Bunny Basics
 
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hopperhaven said:
How much is a big sack? And how big are the sacks? I use approx 30kg a wheek, so price matters.
Louise, you dont have to give them as much if you are feeding pellets. I usually give them about half a bowl full between a pair/threesome. When I have an average of 60+ guinea pigs here I use around 1 - 1 1/2 sacks a week. Do you have a batleys near you? perhaps you can get it wholesale. I get mine wholesale through work, works out even better when the wholesalers have it on 3 for 2 :D
 
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My guineas LOVE this food. I get it for £1.99 in any branch of Wilkinson's (Wilko)

Diane
 
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