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Cardellini Food - Pineta

Cardellini Food - Pineta
Cardellini Food - Pineta
  • Availability: In Stock
  • Brands Pineta
  • Model 4618
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9.95€
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Food Cardellini Pineta Professional
 
Suitable for finches, finches and buntings suckers. It also contains crustaceans, proteins, individual and special seeds, grass and dandelions.
 
Our pasta contains naturally occurring substances and / or vegetable that help improve the state of the intestinal health.
 
The proper functioning of the intestines is of fundamental importance for the proper development of individuals.
 
Specific foods high palatability, suitable for finches, finches, cardenalitos, suckers and others. make a balanced diet for perfect growth and a silky and shiny plumage. And that contains a particular and special seeds pastoncino, herbs, berries, fruits, herbs and grasslands dandelion. Protein, consisting of a concentrated amino acid is of high quality, animal easily absorbed, digestible, high impact plastic. It contains substances that help maintain the integrity of the intestinal bacterial flora.
 
Ingredients: Products grain cereals, other seeds or fruit products from other plants, oilseed products, oleaginous fruits, milk products, seeds, oils and fats, products of the sugar beet processing industry, products fish and other marine animals, minerals.
 
Recommended Use: Ideal for preparing females for breeding, maintenance and moulting. Formula balanced recommended throughout the year for maximum balance and wellbeing.
 
Usage: as is or slightly damp, also you can add boiled eggs, sprouts or cooked and grated apple can be added freely.
 
Additional Information: Cardellilni Food is indicated for finches, finches, suckers, buntings and other finches.
 
Format: 1 kg

 

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