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Supreme Petfoods donates free food to Jimmy’s Farm

Supreme Petfoods is providing food for the smaller residents and the donation adds up to nearly 500kg of food per year, which would normally come at a recommended retail price of over £2,200

Supreme Petfoods, a manufacturer of food for small pets, has donated free food for some of the animals at Jimmy’s Farm in Ipswich. 

The manufacturer said it is providing food for the “smaller residents”, and that the donation adds up to nearly 500kg of food per year, which would normally come at a recommended retail price of over £2,200.

Jimmy’s Farm is a wildlife park hosting a range of species from crocodiles to traditional farm animals. In addition, the venue has featured on the Channel 4 TV series, Jimmy’s Farm. 

Claire Hamblion, marketing manager at Supreme Petfoods, said: “We’re delighted to sponsor the small pets at Jimmy’s Farm.

“Jimmy’s farm provides great care for an amazing array of animals, and we’re pleased to give our specialist diets to help some of these creatures keep healthy and happy. We’re hoping to help out with some onsite educational events and school trips at Jimmy’s Farm in the future as restrictions ease.” 

She added: “Raising awareness about small pet care can make a real difference to pet welfare, and it’ll be great to work with the team at Jimmy’s Farm to spread the word.”

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