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Pasta de Cria Serinus White Dry Premium

Pasta de Cria Serinus White Dry Premium
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Pasta de Cria Serinus White Dry Premium
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  • Brands Psittacus
  • Model 5193
26.50€

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Dry breeding pasta without Doré of the highest quality specially made for the breeding of canaries.


This product is indicated for all types of granivorous birds.


Designed to encourage the fattening of youngsters in the breeding season.


Optionally it can also be used as a supplement to improve diets based on seed mixtures.


The white Dry Premium formula is strictly "no dorée", that is, it does not contain carotenoids or xanthophylls that can pigment the plumage.


It is advisable to supply vegetables periodically and put mechanical grit (silica sand) at the disposal of the birds, in order to give variety to the diet and guarantee their digestive well-being.

Composition: Biscuits and sponge cake, vegetable oils, egg white, brewer's yeast, calcium carbonate, flour of aleaginous seeds, tubers and roots, MSM (methylsulfonimethane).


Additives: vitamin A, D3, E, C, K3, B1, B2, B6, B12, Calcium D-pantothenate, Niacin, folic acid, Biotin, choline chloride, Betaine anhydrous, Iron chelate, amino acids, copper, maganese, zinc, iodine, selenium, lysine, methionione, trechnine, citric acid, antioxidants, tocopherol-rich extracts of vegetable oils. ascorbyl palmitate.


Analytical components: Moisture (9.5%), high quality crude protein (19%), crude fat (13%), crude fiber (3%), crude ash (6%).


Instructions for Use: Administer in a humid way before making the microspheres with water and then mixing with them.


It can be mixed with previously processed sprouts.


Do not add water directly to the brood paste.

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