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Author Topic: Do you feed a dry mix?  (Read 1346 times)
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« on: April 24, 2011, 05:49:09 AM »

Ok ever since i can remember i have always had a dry mix in my gangs cage at all times, However once i found the many resourceful forums and websites that as we all know have
different opinions and advice i become lost in what was the Do's and Dont's of feeding so I'm curious to see what my fellow members offer as munchies.

My Current Dry Mix.

Weetbix
Ricebubbles
Cornflakes
Just Right - Various Flavours
Cereal Toppings ( Dried Fruits)
Banana Chips
Almonds

Vegetable Pasta
Teething Sticks - Plain
Lab Blocks


Then depending what i have for dinner the rats will get either:
(this is all rotated over a few days so they have variety but also don't get TOO much
of the good stuff razzing)

Boiled egg mashed
Steamed vegetables - Broccoli,Cauliflower,Carrot mainly then whatever frozen mixes are on special  ( Its cheaper for me to buy frozen cause it also feeds my Eclectus who despises fresh food xD)
Whiskers Cat/Kitten milk - warmed (smells like condensed milk AWESOME xDD)
Baby cereal
Baby fruit puree pouches
Pasta - mixed in with veggies and or egg



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