ah, so hot is a good thing for the mice then, well they are more hardcore than my horses then
in that case would the hotter be the better?
check out allen and pages website, they do about a zillion different types, we've used about 4 or 5 of theres over time
how about this for pregnant mummies?! :lol:
"Stud & Youngstock Mix
Keeping The Family Fit
* Formulated to meet the higher nutritional demands of broodmares during pregnancy and lactation.
* Can also be used to feed working stallions and growing foals and youngstock.
Stud & Youngstock Mix, which has elevated levels of micronutrients is usually fed in the last three months of gestation and during lactation. It is also suitable for working stallions, foals, yearlings and two-year olds, including natives and warmbloods. Protexin is included which may help maintain healthy digestive and immune function, particularly at times of stress such as when travelling, foaling or during weaning."
(pasture mix doesnt taste too bad) :lol: