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Supreme Science Selective Rabbit Food

  • Dry » 350g Bag £1.29
  • Dry » 1.5kg Bag £3.79
  • Dry » 3kg Bag £6.99
  • Dry » 10kg Bag £24.49

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Wild rabbits mainly eat grass, which naturally contains 20-25% fibre and their digestive systems have evolved to require this high fibre content. Supreme Science Selective Rabbit contains increased fibre levels which give them the content they need while still producing a tasty food that your rabbit will want to eat. With forage as the main source of fibre, Selective contains lots of other tasty, natural ingredients too – linseed with Omega 3 & 6 that help to keep your rabbit’s skin and coat in tip top condition, as well as natural prebiotics to help promote friendly bacteria.


Alfalfa meal, soybean hulls, wheat, wheatfeed, flaked peas, linseed, beet pulp, soybeanmeal, soya oil, monocalcium phosphate, calcium carbonate.


Vitamin A 15000 IU, Vitamin D3 1500 IU.


  • Crude protein - 14.0%
  • Crude fibre - 25.0%
  • Crude oils and fats - 4.0%
  • Crude ash - 8.0%
  • Calcium - 0.6%
  • Sodium - 0.3%
  • Phosphorus - 0.4%.

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Changing foods?

11th Sep 2016
Lakeisha Witt
  • VioVet Customer Since: July 2016
  • From: Essex, United Kingdom

At what age should I wean my rabbits onto this food? They're currently on the junior food and were born in May 2016 and are a little over 3 months old.

  • Website Content Developer

Hi Lakeisha,

Any dietary changes need to be made very gradually to avoid upsetting your rabbits' digestion. Perhaps wait until your buns are 6/7 months old before changing them onto an adult diet, just to be safe.


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3rd Oct 2015

My female rabbit who is 2 years old has a runny bum and has done for some time, I have cut down on her food and she doesn't have a much greens anymore. This has seamed to help but it's still there just a little. I'm hoping your food will help? Do you recommend it for this reason xx

  • Non-Executive Director

This should be a very good diet for your rabbit and I would recommend it. You should also avoid any starchy or sugary foods. Nothing sweet and no bread, cakes, biscuits or the like. Your vet might need to check your rabbit's teeth if this has not been done recently too.