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Pro.Complete Muda Lipo 9kg (Sin Dore)

Pro.Complete Muda Lipo 9kg (Sin Dore)
Pro.Complete Muda Lipo 9kg (Sin Dore)
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  • Brands Pineta
  • Model 8227
47.15€
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Pro.complete Muda Lipo 9kg (Without Dore)

Pro.complete Muda Lipo

18,00% Protein 

12,00% Fat

Specific complete feed to meet the nutritional and amino acid needs during the moulting phase, rich in lipids for an optimal fixation of dyes (e.g. white-winged reds, Norwich, Gloster, fifes and lipochrome canaries such as intense yellows, snowy, Mosaic, etc.).

Promotes a progressive, regular and homogeneous moult, improves the structural characteristics of the feather keratin. The lipid content and the antioxidants it contains promote the correct fixation of the dyes.

Composition: bakery and pasta products, oil seeds, oil fruits and their by-products, oils and fats, miscellaneous, tubers, roots and their by-products (including FOS), minerals, dairy products and their by-products, other seeds and fruits and their by-products (extr. silymarin), yeasts, other plants, algae and their by-products (oregano a.e.).

Technological additives: antioxidants, preservatives. Organoleptic additives: flavourings.

Nutritional additives.

Use and dosage: administer as an exclusive feed freely available in the trough throughout the moulting period. For the colouring phase, it is necessary to add traditional colouring agents, reducing the dose by 20/25% and respecting the duration of the treatment and the method of administration of the product used. It does not contain colouring agents and can be used without risk of doré in canaries with a yellow factor. It is advisable to avoid the concomitant use of other vitamins, as the formulation already meets all the nutritional needs of the moulting phase.



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