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Psittacus mini

Psittacus mini
Psittacus mini
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  • Brands Psittacus
  • Model 225
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4.99€

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It is indicated for the majority of species in the wild eat seeds, fruit and vegetables (nymphs, lovebirds, cockatiels, budgerigars ...).

The feeds are indicated for maintenance be provided to pets and players in the stages of reproductive inactivity. Its composition allows them to comfortably meet the nutritional needs of these stages.

The daily consumption

The daily ration is desirable that the ratio is within 10% of the weight of the bird. Consuming a carolina, for example, ranges between 10 to 12 grams a day.

recommendations

Psittacus is formulated to provide 100% of the food of the poultry. However, we consider interesting to provide fresh fruit and vegetables daily to add variety to the diet. In this case, we recommend Psittacus not less than 70% of it. It is advisable to add any vitamínicomineral supplement those birds that feed Psittacus basically. It is advisable to renew the feed and water daily.

Package of 450 Gr

composition

Cereal grains, by-products and oil seeds and oleaginous fruits, vegetable oil, egg powder, yeast, minerals.

additives

Amino acid salts and the like; Inulin (0.05%); Flavoring mixes (yucca extract containing 0.015%); sepiolite; Antioxidants; Trace elements or trace element compounds (chelates iron, copper, manganese and zinc, calcium iodate and sodium selenite); Vitamins and pro-vitamins (A, D3, E, K3, B1, B2, B6, B12, C, Ac.Nicotínico, Ac. Folic, Biotin, Choline Chloride, B-carotene).

analytical constituents

Humidity (7.0%); Crude protein (15.5%); Crude oils and fats (7.0%); Crude fibers (2.7%); Crude ash (3.8%).

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