One of the many things I love about Purina (No, I do NOT) is that a person has to really dig to find the guaranteed analysis and ingredients list.
That fact they don't put it on a feed bag is enough to make me walk away.
I can't believe there's actually a G/A tag on somebody's website; thanks for finding that Skyseternalangel:)
The first three ingredients on a bag of anything are always what the majority of the bag is made up of. Anything after that is considered a trace amount; the further down the list, the smaller that trace amount becomes.
These first few items would be the second reason I would run from a bag of Purina feed.
| processed grain bty-products, grain products, roughage products, soybean oil, molasses products |
Notice everything has the word "products" attached to it; that generally means "cheap" and no, you wouldn't want to feed it to your rabbit.
Purina is also noted for not being consistent in product content; just because the bag says something doesn't mean it's true, where they are concerned. There people on other forums that have enough money to send feeds out for analysis just because they're curious.
According to what I have read, Purina is at the top of list for Q/A inconsistencies. That is a shame because I do believe their R&D works hard and believe in the product they produce; it's what happens at production time that concerns me.