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BINKYBUNNY FORUMS > DIET & CARE > Brand name 'Bonanza' pellets
Last Post by zoologist at 9/12/2012 6:00 AM (4 Replies)
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User is Offline PickyPenny
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9/10/2012 3:50 PM
Hi so Penny ran out of the pellets that was given to us by her former owner. Which were just plain pellets, no 'treats' or anything. I couldn't find any stores around our area that sells Oxbow Timothy based pellets. So my brother bought a bag of pellets. The brand is called Bonanza. The name of it is called Gourmet Diet High fiber Alfalfa & Timothy Hay Formula ~No Artificial colors~

I saw some corn cobs in there and was a little hesitant about giving it to her. She already a a corn cob my brother gave her. But I have the bag now and refuse to give her any before it's checked. So have anyone tried this kind of "pellets" and how'd it go? Would you recommend it?

User is Offline Monkeybun
Hillsboro, Oregon
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9/10/2012 3:55 PM
If it isn't a plain pellet, I would not give it to her. Plain pellets only, no added seeds, nuts, corn, peas etc. And take away the corn cob too, corn is not at all good for bunnies.

User is Offline Hunny's Momma
Beautiful New England
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9/10/2012 3:59 PM
I have to agree with Monkeybun -

User is Offline PickyPenny
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9/10/2012 4:06 PM
Thanks guys. You're a GREAT help. >_<

User is Offline zoologist
Orlando, Fl
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9/12/2012 6:00 AM
lol, don't get upset because that wasn't the answer you were expecting. You asked a question, they gave a valid answer.... looks like the pellets your brother picked up for you are junk food.

This might help though.... the list of ingredients and guaranteed analysis. Someone with more bunny knowledge can tell you if it's suitable for your rabbit until you can order some oxbow pellets through this site.


Wheat middlings, soybean hulls, dehydrated alfalfa meal, cane molasses, dehulled soybean meal, flaxseed meal, salt, lignin sulfonate, timothy hay, ground limestone, clipped oats, choline chloride, DL-methionine, oat groats, dried carrots, soybean oil, dried papaya, dried pineapple, orange peel, roasted green peas, vitamin E supplement, sodium selenite, pumpkin seeds, raisins, roasted soybeans, dried cranberries, dried bananas, ferrous sulfate, magnesium oxide, rose hips, niacin supplement, vitamin B12 supplement, flaxseed, manganese sulfate, sugar, calcium pantothenate, zinc oxide, dried peppermint, thiamine mononitrate, pyrioxine hydrochloride, copper sulfate, rolle oats, biotin, vitmain a acetate, cobalt carbonate, corn syrup, zinc sulfate, riboflavin supplement, palm oil, ethylenediamine dihydriodide, menadione sodium bisulfite complex, mineral oil, ground corn, vitamin D3 supplement, folic acid, dried parsley, ground blueberries, natural flavoring, sunflower oil, rosemary extract, canola oil, mixed tocopherols.

Guaranteed Analysis:

Crude Protein (min.) 13.5%, Crude Fat (min.) 4.0%, Crude Fiber (min.) 16.0%, Crude Fiber (max.) 18.0%, Moisture (max.) 12.0%, Calcium (Ca) (min) 0.47%, Calcium (Ca) (max.) 0.76%, Phosphorus (min.) 0.53%, Salt (min.) 0.22%, salt (max.) 0.5%, vitamin A (min.) 5000 IU/lb, vitamin D (min.) 500 IU/lb, vitamin E (min.) 50 IU/lb, Omega 6 fatty acids (min.) 1.6%.


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