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Versele Laga Pasta Seca Blanca 5 Kg

Versele Laga Pasta Seca Blanca 5 Kg Dry pasta
Versele Laga Pasta Seca Blanca 5 Kg
  • Availability: In Stock
  • Brands Orlux
  • Model 886
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23.95€
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Tags: Pasta , seca , para , canarios , COLOR , BLANCO , ORLUX , Dry , pasta , Orlux

Orlux Breeding paste Bianco 5 kg has been specially developed for the breeding of white canaries, mosaics... No Doré.


Orlux Breeding paste Bianco has been specially developed for the breeding of white and light colored canaries: mosaic, satin... The additionally added lysine and methionine guarantee optimum growth and a good composition of the plumage. This breeding paste contains large amounts of vitamin A. It does not contain eggs or coloring products.


Instructions for use It is recommended to moisten this product of germinated seeds with a few drops of water, fruit and/or grated vegetables. Refresh daily. Egg paste should be available throughout the breeding season. Outside this period, three times a week.


Analytical Constituents Protein (18%); Fat content (10.50%); crude cellulose (2%); Raw ash (5%); Calcium (1.20%); phosphorus (0.30%); Sodium (0.50%); Methionine (0.5%); Lysine (1.1%); Threonine (0.60%); Tryptophan (0.20%); Cystine (0.30%).


Nutritional additives Vitamin A 61,250 IU/kg; Vitamin D3 1,625 IU/kg; Vitamin E 250mg/kg; Vitamin K 3mg/kg; Vitamin B1 7.20mg/kg; Vitamin B2 16mg/kg; Vitamin B3 20mg/kg; Vitamin B6 6mg/kg; Vitamin B12 0.03mg/kg; Vitamin C 75mg/kg; Vitamin PP 65mg/kg; Folic acid 1.20mg/kg; Biotin 0.20mg/kg; Choline chloride 1,200 mg/kg; L-carnitine 75mg/kg; E1 (iron) 50mg/kg; E2 (iodine) 2mg/kg; E4 (copper) 10mg/kg; E5 (manganese) 100mg/kg; E6 (zinc) 97mg/kg; E8 (selenium) 0.20 mg/kg.

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