By Chris R.
Last week, the Sanctuary was excited to receive 250kg of Weet Bix for the Valley’s residents.
Weet Bix is a treat for many of the animals, including the sheep, goats, cows and poultry, so it is wonderful to have such a quantity to share.
Where do so many Weet Bix come from?
In WA, seconds from the gluten free sorghum Weet Bix are put into bulker bags for animal feed. Sorghum is quite a safe and nutritious food source for ruminants and especially helpful for our ageing cows, Mrs Moo and Little One, who are in their twenties. These elderly ladies love easily chewed, tasty food in their senior years and Weet Bix are their favourite.
Bulk Weet Bix can be difficult to come by, so we are appreciative of the people who noted the bulk supply for sale and donated it to the Sanctuary.