The Good: Nutritious for rabbits, Relatively inexpensive, My rabbit eats it, Packaging keeps it fresh
The Bad: Not at all the most exciting food/never Daisy’s first choice.
The Basics: LM Animal Farms Classic Pet Rabbit Food is a decent staple food for rabbits, but not a food that is going to excite your beloved bunny!
It takes a lot to love Daisy. Daisy, for those who are not regular readers, is the black dwarf rabbit my wife and I bought two Octobers ago to replace our beloved rabbit Rowe, who was with us for way too short a time. Unfortunately, Daisy was pregnant when we bought her (unbeknownst to her or the pet shop from which we bought her). Following giving birth to a stillborn two Christmases ago, Daisy became irritable, handshy and an all-around pain in the ass. Still, I try to get her treats and good rabbit food. When I am feeling cheap or unloved by Daisy, I get her LM Animal Farms Classic Pet Rabbit Food.
There is nothing wrong with LM Animal Farms Classic Pet Rabbit Food; it’s just comparatively inexpensive and wholly bland. LM Animal Farms Classic Pet Rabbit Food is just a dry pellet food and Daisy eats it, but it is never her first choice.
LM Animal Farms Classic Pet Rabbit Food are a very simple pet food, devoid of any flash or flavors. The five pound bag runs us about five dollars locally and the food itself are gray pellets that look like compressed meal. The pellets are roughly cylindrical and are 1/8” in diameter. They are, at longest, half an inch long and many of them are broken to be quite a bit smaller. LM Animal Farms Classic Pet Rabbit Food easily passes the muster of our rabbit's taste test. By that, I mean that our finicky Daisy eats them. She also eats the Purina Rabbit Chow we purchased in bulk when we have that, but she is never enthusiastic about either.
Nutritionally, the LM Animal Farms Classic Pet Rabbit Food gives Daisy very basic nutrients. The pellet food is made primarily of wheat middlings, soybean hulls, and dehydrated alfalfa meal. The food has a guaranteed analysis which includes at least 13% crude protein and 3% crude fat, but no more than 22% crude fiber and 12% moisture. Daisy's size and shape have not changed significantly since we started feeding her this food.
It is exceptionally important that rabbits who are fed LM Animal Farms Classic Pet Rabbit Food Pet Rabbit food have constant access to clean, clear water as this is a dry food. It is also worth noting that LM Animal Farms Classic Pet Rabbit Food is noted to possibly contain peanut dust, so those humans with a peanut allergy may have to consider their own health when feeding this food to their rabbit.
Rather nicely, LM Animal Farms Classic Pet Rabbit Food Pet Rabbit food does not require any special care or handling. This rabbit food is dispensed from the five pound bag into a dish for the rabbit with no preparation steps necessary. The bag is resealable, but I am at a loss as to how one would know when this is not fresh!
LM Animal Farms Classic Pet Rabbit Food may be boring, but it keeps Daisy alive and that’s an essential element of any pet food. This is an excellent staple, but nothing more.
For other rabbit foods and treats, please be sure to check out my reviews of:
KT Bermuda Grass
Vita-Vittles Rabbit Food
Kaytee Fiesta Gourmet Food For Rabbits
For other pet supply reviews, please check out my index page!
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