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Orlux Pasta al huevo seca para canarios 5 Kg

Orlux Pasta al huevo seca para canarios 5 Kg Dried pasta

Orlux Pasta al huevo seca para canarios 5 Kg
Orlux Pasta al huevo seca para canarios 5 Kg
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Orlux Dry egg paste for canaries is one of the most suitable Versele Laga food supplements that you can give to your song canaries or laying canaries. It has a pleasant flavor for canaries and a thick texture that allows them to better assimilate food, and also produces fewer losses or food remains. The additional lysine and methionine ensure optimal growth and good plumage composition.

INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE: It is recommended to moisten this product with a few drops of water, with some germinated seeds, fruit and/or grated vegetables. In breeding season, you should make them available every day, out of season, use three times a week.


Crude protein 17.0%, Crude fat 4.8%, Moisture 8.5%, Crude ash 6.0%, Crude cellulose 2.0%

minerals and vitamins

Calcium(Ca) 1.5%, Phosphorus (P) 0.4%, Vitamin A 25,000 IU/kg, Vitamin D3 2,250 IU/kg, Vitamin E 45 mg/kg, Vitamin K 1.36 mg/kg, Vitamin B1 1.8 mg/kg, Vitamin B2 7.2 mg/kg, Vitamin B3 (pantothene acid) 10 mg/kg, Vitamin B6 2.7 mg/kg, Vitamin B12 0.03 mg/kg, Vitamin C 54 mg/kg , Vitamin PP 36 mg/kg, Choline Chloride 500 mg/kg, Folic Acid 0.68 mg/kg, Vitamin H (Biotine) 0.06 mg/kg, L-lysine 0.92%, Threonine 0.69% , DL-methionine 0.38%, Tryptophan 0.19%, Cystine 0.34%, Copper(II) sulfate pentahydrate - copper 16.89 mg/kg

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