Corn, soybean meal, and wheat are the first 3 ingredients. Available in convenient 2.5 lbs. and 25 lbs. sizes. Pellet formula. High in fiber. Loaded with essential vitamins and minerals.
These premium mouse pellets are fairly pricey.
Soybean meal, corn, wheat, oats, alfalfa meal, and peanuts are the first 6 ingredients. Large nutrition-packed rodent pellets. No artificial colors or flavors. High in grain-based proteins. Complete diet.
This may seem a little pricey, but these extra-large pellets go a long way when it comes to feeding mice.
Sunflower seeds, oats, peanuts, and brown rice are the first 4 ingredients. Free of worthless filler seeds and hay. A mix of tasty pieces, including blueberry, strawberry, and apple. Affordable.
Choosy mice may forage for their favorite snacks, while ignoring other ingredients.
Soybean meal, corn, and wheat are the first 3 ingredients. Vegetable-based pellet formula. Complete diet. Affordable. Crunchy exterior promotes dental health. Recommended by zookeepers and veterinarians.
It would be convenient if packages of these zoo-grade mouse pellets were available in money-saving bulk sizes.
Soybean hulls, corn, and wheat are the first 3 ingredients. Especially affordable. A mix of tasty ingredients, like peas, dates, and peanuts. A high protein mix. Vitamin and mineral enriched.
It’s fairly common for mice to forage for their favorite pieces, while ignoring others.
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Although a mouse will pretty much eat anything, and we really do mean anything, the best thing that you can do for the long term health of your little buddy is to provide them with a food that includes a combination of seeds, vegetables, grains, nuts, and fruits. After all, mice actively seek out these food sources in the wild, and domesticated mice do exceptionally well when fed a similar diet. Whether you decide to give your mouse a nutrient rich pellet formula or a mixture of tasty ingredients for them to forage through, we highly suggest researching what’s available to find a formula that provides all of your tiny rodent friend’s core nutritional needs.
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