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Agapornis Psittacus Pasta Cría

Agapornis Psittacus Pasta Cría
Agapornis Psittacus Pasta Cría
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  • Brands Psittacus
  • Model 2410
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Lovebird Psittacus Pasta Breeding


This product is indicated for species of small parrots of the genus Nymphicus, Eolophus, Aratinga, Platycercus, Melopsittacus, Agapornis, Neophema, etc. It is formulated to supplement the diet of the reproducers in the fattening stage of the young.


It is a complementary feed for the pairs of birds of the parrots family in the fattening phase of chicks. It cannot be used as an exclusive diet. A separate feeder must be supplied dry and made freely available to the birds.

Daily consumption

Daily consumption varies according to the number and stage of development of the chicks that the parents are raising.


Cereal grains, products and by-products of cereal grains, vegetable oils, dehydrated whole egg, products and by-products of cereal grains, dried brewer's yeast, products and by-products of tubers and roots, products and by-products of seeds and oleaginous fruits, minerals , dehydrated alfalfa, inulin (0.05%)


Flavoring mixtures (contains Yucca schidigera extract 0.015%); Tagetes erecta flower extract / Sepiolite / Extracts of natural origin rich in tocopherols, palmityl-6-ascorbic acid / Compounds of trace elements (chelates of iron, copper, manganese and zinc; anhydrous calcium iodate and hydroxylated analog of selenomethionine) / Vitamins, provitamins and chemically defined substances with analogous effect (A, D3, E, C, K, B1, B2, B6, B12, Pantothenic Ac., Niacin, Folic Ac., Biotin, Choline Chloride, B-carotene, Betaine anhydrous)

Analytical components

Moisture 8.0%, Crude protein 22.0%, Crude oils and fats 15.0%, Crude fiber 2.5%, Crude ash 4.6%

1 kg

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