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I wouldn't bother usually, but I recently bought a Hutch from a Lass who worked in a Vets, and she gave me a bottle of Ferretone as a freebie, so I have been adding a half teaspoon to their food.

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I've never bothered before but me mates been going on about I oughtto give them some now and again, but they fresh meat and complete ferret food so think that should give them all they need.

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Whats wrong with fresh meat and clean water are you suggesting we need a top up .On what they would get in the wild ????.

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It really depends on your ferrets diet as to whether additional vitamins/FFA's/minerals/amino acids etc are necessary. Excess fat soluble vits, such as A & D, contained in organs such as liver are not recommended, but excess water soluble vits are of no consequence. Amino acids such as Taurine, are vital to ferret health and are relatively low in dietary muscle tissue. Tbh, this goes on and on. I'm not sure what answer you expected, as many on this forum have little clue regarding the appropriate dietary requirements of ferrets.

 

I feed a mix of quality dried ferret food brands, a balanced mix of meat, organ & bone, plus various supplements.

 

It really depends on the vitamin supplement you are talking about, what it contains and whether it is necessary in relation to the diet your ferrets already recieve.

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Whats wrong with fresh meat and clean water are you suggesting we need a top up .On what they would get in the wild ????.

I haven't said anythings wrong with it that's why I'm asking because I don't know ! So go have a wank and calm yourself down, stop jumping the gun ya nause

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It really depends on your ferrets diet as to whether additional vitamins/FFA's/minerals/amino acids etc are necessary. Excess fat soluble vits, such as A & D, contained in organs such as liver are not recommended, but excess water soluble vits are of no consequence. Amino acids such as Taurine, are vital to ferret health and are relatively low in dietary muscle tissue. Tbh, this goes on and on. I'm not sure what answer you expected, as many on this forum have little clue regarding the appropriate dietary requirements of ferrets.

 

I feed a mix of quality dried ferret food brands, a balanced mix of meat, organ & bone, plus various supplements.

 

It really depends on the vitamin supplement you are talking about, what it contains and whether it is necessary in relation to the diet your ferrets already recieve.

Ahh right well yeah, I feed them mix of complete, fresh meat, and now and again abit of bread and milk. Think theyll get all the vitamins they need. Cheers

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It really depends on your ferrets diet as to whether additional vitamins/FFA's/minerals/amino acids etc are necessary. Excess fat soluble vits, such as A & D, contained in organs such as liver are not recommended, but excess water soluble vits are of no consequence. Amino acids such as Taurine, are vital to ferret health and are relatively low in dietary muscle tissue. Tbh, this goes on and on. I'm not sure what answer you expected, as many on this forum have little clue regarding the appropriate dietary requirements of ferrets.

 

I feed a mix of quality dried ferret food brands, a balanced mix of meat, organ & bone, plus various supplements.

 

It really depends on the vitamin supplement you are talking about, what it contains and whether it is necessary in relation to the diet your ferrets already recieve.

 

 

See what I mean ??? surprised you`ve not suggested a specialist food from a vets,, self rightious ???? just a wee bit eh??

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It really depends on your ferrets diet as to whether additional vitamins/FFA's/minerals/amino acids etc are necessary. Excess fat soluble vits, such as A & D, contained in organs such as liver are not recommended, but excess water soluble vits are of no consequence. Amino acids such as Taurine, are vital to ferret health and are relatively low in dietary muscle tissue. Tbh, this goes on and on. I'm not sure what answer you expected, as many on this forum have little clue regarding the appropriate dietary requirements of ferrets.

 

I feed a mix of quality dried ferret food brands, a balanced mix of meat, organ & bone, plus various supplements.

 

It really depends on the vitamin supplement you are talking about, what it contains and whether it is necessary in relation to the diet your ferrets already recieve.

How to win friends and influence people :no:

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It really depends on your ferrets diet as to whether additional vitamins/FFA's/minerals/amino acids etc are necessary. Excess fat soluble vits, such as A & D, contained in organs such as liver are not recommended, but excess water soluble vits are of no consequence. Amino acids such as Taurine, are vital to ferret health and are relatively low in dietary muscle tissue. Tbh, this goes on and on. I'm not sure what answer you expected, as many on this forum have little clue regarding the appropriate dietary requirements of ferrets.

 

I feed a mix of quality dried ferret food brands, a balanced mix of meat, organ & bone, plus various supplements.

 

It really depends on the vitamin supplement you are talking about, what it contains and whether it is necessary in relation to the diet your ferrets already recieve.

How to win friends and influence people :no:

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It really depends on your ferrets diet as to whether additional vitamins/FFA's/minerals/amino acids etc are necessary. Excess fat soluble vits, such as A & D, contained in organs such as liver are not recommended, but excess water soluble vits are of no consequence. Amino acids such as Taurine, are vital to ferret health and are relatively low in dietary muscle tissue. Tbh, this goes on and on. I'm not sure what answer you expected, as many on this forum have little clue regarding the appropriate dietary requirements of ferrets.

 

I feed a mix of quality dried ferret food brands, a balanced mix of meat, organ & bone, plus various supplements.

 

It really depends on the vitamin supplement you are talking about, what it contains and whether it is necessary in relation to the diet your ferrets already recieve.

 

 

See what I mean ??? surprised you`ve not suggested a specialist food from a vets,, self rightious ???? just a wee bit eh??

 

What specialist food are you talking about? Might try to get hold of some of it....

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It really depends on your ferrets diet as to whether additional vitamins/FFA's/minerals/amino acids etc are necessary. Excess fat soluble vits, such as A & D, contained in organs such as liver are not recommended, but excess water soluble vits are of no consequence. Amino acids such as Taurine, are vital to ferret health and are relatively low in dietary muscle tissue. Tbh, this goes on and on. I'm not sure what answer you expected, as many on this forum have little clue regarding the appropriate dietary requirements of ferrets.

 

I feed a mix of quality dried ferret food brands, a balanced mix of meat, organ & bone, plus various supplements.

 

It really depends on the vitamin supplement you are talking about, what it contains and whether it is necessary in relation to the diet your ferrets already recieve.

so are you suggesting a natural diet is not satisfying the appropriate dietary requirements of ferrets?

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Ahh right well yeah, I feed them mix of complete, fresh meat, and now and again abit of bread and milk. Think theyll get all the vitamins they need. Cheers

 

 

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