Today we are reviewing Binky and Wheeks Hedgerow Harvest.

Squidgypigs Binky and Wheeks Hedgerow Harvest Review
Squidgypigs Binky and Wheeks Hedgerow Harvest Review


What is Binky and Wheeks Hedgerow Harvest?

  • Dehydrated apples, pears, rosehips, hawthorn lengths, hawthorn leaves and elderberry. 


What can you do Binky and Wheeks Hedgerow Harvest?

  • Feed it to your Guinea Pigs.
  • Hide it in your Guinea Pig’s hay  or a special feeder as a boredom breaker.


Nutrition:

  • Rosehips are extremely high in vitamin C which is excellent news for Guinea Pigs. Guinea Pigs need a high amount of Vitamin C in their diets because (like humans) they cannot manufacture their own.
  • The Squidgypigs ate the whole rosehips; seeds included, with no ill effects. According to the Binky and Wheeks Fruit shop “rabbits often leave them or spit them out”.
  • Chewing the hawthorn lengths is great for dental health. 


Where can you buy Binky and Wheeks Hedgerow Harvest?


Squidgypigs Binky and Wheeks Hedgerow Harvest Review
Squidgypigs Binky and Wheeks Hedgerow Harvest Review


Price:

  • £4.20 for 65g


Review:

  • Out of all the lovely Binky and Wheeks products that we have reviewed; Hedgerow Harvest is the Squidgypigs’ absolute favourite.
  • You’re not going to find many cute pictures with this review because things got somewhat…undignified.
  • Squidgypigs Binky and Wheeks Hedgerow Harvest Review
    Squidgypigs Binky and Wheeks Hedgerow Harvest Review
  • There was a furious flurry of fat fluffers as I poured the Hedgerow Harvest out.
  • Everywhere I looked there were Guinea Pigs diving in grabbing whatever bit was deemed by them to be the best. 
  • Something about this mix of hedgerow delights simply drove them wild!

Britney enjoying her Hedgerow Harvest
Britney enjoying her Hedgerow Harvest


Conclusion:

  • You will not regret trying this wonderful treat bag.

Please Note: Binky and Wheeks sent us these fantastic snacks to review. If you’d like to know more about Binky and Wheeks visit their website at www.binkyandwheeks.com