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  1. acefebreze

    General Separating bonded adult & babies for feeding?

    Spinach and Organic Romaine Hearts are the only two I see that will make up for the babies' need for additional calcium. In order to not overload them with Vitamin A and oxalates, I'll just stick with the Organic Romaine Hearts as their daily calcium-enriching vegetable.
  2. acefebreze

    General Separating bonded adult & babies for feeding?

    Would spinach work instead of parsley? I have my groceries delivered every week due to the quarantine-in-place situation with a limited selection of vegetables available (as can be expected since I'm not shopping in-person), and based on https://www.guinealynx.info/chart_print.html, spinach is...
  3. acefebreze

    General Separating bonded adult & babies for feeding?

    Nope! The two babies are twins, and the adult was adopted later. So, you're saying I shouldn't feed the adult ANY alfalfa pellets, right?
  4. acefebreze

    General Separating bonded adult & babies for feeding?

    Thanks for the advice., and I'll keep the cage situation as-is. Also, do you think it'd be okay to mix the alfalfa pellets and the timothy pellets in a 1:1 ratio for feeding all 3 guinea pigs?
  5. acefebreze

    General Separating bonded adult & babies for feeding?

    Hey all, I have 3 bonded guinea pigs (1 adult and 2 babies) currently in a 3x4 C&C, so space isn't an issue for them. In order to feed the babies alfalfa pellets and make sure the adult doesn't eat them, I'm planning to split the space into two 2x3's to separate the adult and the babies. To...
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