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JR Farm Guinea Food: Great Deals on Small Pet Food at zooplus: JR Farm Grainless Complete Guinea Pig
Not the cheapest, but it is the best available in Europe, if you do not want to order Kleenmama (and you can, but that is expensive).
You could go on a pellet free diet, the only thing in pellets that pigs can't get in a veggie is vitamin B, if your pig has access to natural sunlight then they shouldn't have a problem.Hmm, I guess I'm a bit stuck then. Would be going pellet-less worth it?
A lot of people I know with pigs on pelletless diets sit their pigs on their laps and sit outside for a while, maybe put Bubble and Squeak on your lap and sit outside, this will give them some much needed vitamin D (I accidentally said B last time, Ooops). I believe @RodentCuddles has all of her pigs on a pelletless diet, maybe she can help out. As for finding good sites with Pelletless diet tips, I did a quick google search and found nothing useful.Thanks for all of the information. I have decided to go pellet-less, and feed my remaining pellets as treats every once in a while. Is there any good pelletless diets that I could follow? I have searched but couldn't find any thing guinea pig specific.
[I am feeding our piggies Kaytee Premium Timothy Fiber Diet- Timothy Complete Plus. Is that a good food? I was using Oxbow Young Pig food and they didn't seem to like it. I also feed they Kaytee Hay and they like it better then then Small Pet Hay & Grasses| Doctors Foster & Smith Western Timothy Hay. I am due to buy them more food but I would like to stick to one good one. Please advise. /QUOTE]Kaytee has pretty low quality pellets. Since your guinea pigs didn't like the Oxbow you could always give Kleenmama's a try! KMS Hayloft, Grass Hays & Fortified Feeds From the Valleys of the Pacific Northwest