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Serinus Silvestres Mantenimiento

Serinus Silvestres Mantenimiento
Serinus Silvestres Mantenimiento
  • Availability: In Stock
  • Brands Psittacus
  • Model 3873
3.69€

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Serinus Wild Birds Maintenance is a complete food designed especially for goldfinches, linnets, greenbirds, greenfinches, finches and finches in general. Indicated during the resting period and for all types of songbirds not intended for reproduction.
 
Serinus Wild Bird Maintenance has excellent palatability and contains all the nutrients necessary for optimal health and plumage.
 
Tips for use: We recommend using Serinus Wild Bird Maintenance during the breeding season, from one month before the start of the breeding period until the end of the moult. Serinus is a complete food formulated to be used as a fundamental element of the diet, although it could also be used with seeds in mixed diets. We advise to supply vegetable leaves on a regular basis to offer a more varied diet. Supply dry.
 
Composition: Products and by-products of cereal grains, vegetable oils, dehydrated whole egg, products and by-products of oil seeds and fruits, sugars, dried brewers yeast, products and by-products of tubers and roots, minerals, inulin.
 
Analysis: Crude protein 21.5%, Fat 15%, Fiber 2.5%, Humidity 7%.
 
Adjectives: Vitamin A 5,600 IU / kg, Vitamin D3 1050 IU / kg, Vitamin E 190 mg / kg, Vitamin K 3.3 mg / kg, Vitamin B1 19 mg / kg, Vitamin B2 15 mg / kg, Vitamin B6 19 mg / kg, Vitamin B12 75 ug / kg, Vitamin C 150 mg / kg, Pantothenic acid 15 mg / kg, Niacin 90 mg / kg, Folic acid 3 mg / kg, Biotin 500 ug / kg, Choline chloride 1,300 mg / kg, Iron 15 mg / kg, Copper 2 mg / kg, Manganese 38 mg / kg, Zinc 35 mg / kg, Iodine 0.4 mg / kg, Selenium 0.12 mg / kg.
 

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