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vitakraft australian ninfas

vitakraft australian ninfas
vitakraft australian ninfas
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Australian nymphs 750 grams of Vitakraft 
 
Complete food especially for cockatiels and cockatoos. The main ingredients are herbs, pine, spruce seeds, eucalyptus leaves and flowers of cactus, that these birds are fed as they would in their natural habitat. 
 
The mixture has been developed by veterinarians and bird experts and contains all the important nutrients and essential substances such as vitamins, minerals and trace elements. 
 
Immune Activ: beta-glucans stimulate the immune system to parrots and cockatoos 
 
Optimal intake of calcium and phosphorus for healthy bone structure 
 
For your digestion: minerals and grains to promote good functioning of gastric and intestinal parrots. 
 
Iodine vital Complex: With vitamins, minerals and trace elements 
 
Mix of the best ingredients of the natural habitat of parrots and cockatoos, Australia. 
 
With fruit granules 
 
No artificial flavors 
 
sugar 
 
No artificial colors 
 
No preservatives 
 
Packaging fresh taste 
 
 
 
composition: 
Cereals, grains (wild seeds 1% 0.83% conifer seeds, safflower 0.1%) 
minerals (4.3%), vegetables and derivatives, vegetable protein extracts, yeast (0.02% beta-glucans), fruits, eucalyptus leaves, sliced ??(1%), TRZAS cactus flower (0.5 %) 
oils and fats 
 
 
 
contains: 
Calcium 0.60% 
Phosphorus 0.30% 
 
 
 
Nutritional information: 
Vitamin A (E672) 
Vitamin D3 (E671) 900 IU 
Selenium (E8) 0.10 mg 
Iodine (E2) 0.40 mg 
Copper (E4) 8.00 mg 
Mangnesio (E5) 65.00 mg 
Zinc (E6) 50.00 mg 
 
 
additives: 
Bentonite-montmorillonite (E558) 20,000 mg 
 
 
 
Dietary Guidelines: 
 
Provide 2 tablespoons (15-20g) approximately per animal per day.

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