complete vegetable mixture with extra vitamins and minerals. Suitable for all squirrels
Premium varied mix for all squirrels
With added vitamins and minerals
Stimulates natural feeding behaviour
2 kg11 kg1 kg
The 1060 Alfamix Squirrel is a complete, varied mixture that can be given to both captive and wild squirrels. This feed includes sunflower seeds, hazelnuts, rose hips, cedar nuts, and raisins, among other ingredients. Developed in collaboration with caregivers and owners of squirrels, we aimed to mi... Lees meer
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The 1060 Alfamix Squirrel is a complete, varied mixture that can be given to both captive and wild squirrels. This feed includes sunflower seeds, hazelnuts, rose hips, cedar nuts, and raisins, among other ingredients. Developed in collaboration with caregivers and owners of squirrels, we aimed to mimic the natural feeding behavior as much as possible with this mixture. For instance, the nuts incorporated into this mixture, such as hazelnuts, still have their shells on so that the squirrels have to genuinely open the nuts. Additionally, a vitamin and mineral pellet has been added to the Alfamix Squirrel to ensure that all the nutrients for a healthy squirrel are present in the feed.
For captive squirrels, the 1060 Alfamix Squirrel serves as the basic feed, which can be supplemented with some insects, fruit, and/or vegetables. Not too much, as they might get spoiled, but occasionally is perfectly fine. For wild squirrels, the 1060 Alfamix Squirrel is only a supplement to what they can find as food themselves. In the wild, squirrels mainly eat nuts, seeds, some grains, and insects here and there. Especially in winter, wild squirrels are accustomed to having less food available. Therefore, squirrels have developed the habit of collecting food. During winter, when food is scarcer, they will return to these places to consume the stored food. During this period, it is important not to offer too much food.