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Pasta profesional white seca 7 kg Ornizin

Pasta profesional white seca 7 kg Ornizin
Pasta profesional white seca 7 kg Ornizin
Pasta profesional white seca 7 kg Ornizin
Pasta profesional white seca 7 kg Ornizin
Pasta profesional white seca 7 kg Ornizin
Pasta profesional white seca 7 kg Ornizin
Pasta profesional white seca 7 kg Ornizin
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  • Model 1879
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Professional white dry pasta 7 kg Ornizin

Made with fresh and natural ingredients. With egg albumin and Aminesent.

Dry brood paste with prebiotics. Without doré.

Our range of professional pasta incorporates aminesent and prebiotics.
Professional morbid pasta for specific lovebirds, nymphs, neophemas ... with gammarus and fruit, thick texture to make it more appealing to this type of birds.

INGREDIENTS: Cereals, seeds, bakery products, vegetable protein extracts, fats, oils, lysine, meteonine, vitamins and minerals.

VITAMINS: A, D3, E, K, B1, B2, B6, B12, C, Biotin, Copper, Folic Acid, Nicotic Acid, Pantothenic Acid and Choline Chloride.

OLIGOELEMENTS: Iron, Iodine, Cobalt, Magnesium, Zinc and Selenium.

PROTEIN: 20.5%, FAT: 15%, FIBER: 6%, ASHES: 2.1%.

AMINO ACIDS: Isoleucine, Valine, Leucine, Methionine, Lysine, Tritophane, Phenylalanine and Threonine.

AMINESENT is a unique blend of natural plant extracts with therapeutic effects and essential amino acids. The latter are necessary for all physical processes that affect the body of our birds, including: muscle growth, energy production, feather formation and proper functioning of the nervous system.

HOW TO USE: Administer freely available during the breeding season or as an extra food contribution.

STORE IN COOL AND DRY PLACE.

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