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Psittacus mini

Psittacus mini
Psittacus mini
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MINI PSITTACUS
 
indicated 
 
It is suitable for small species such as nymphs, 
 
lovebirds, cockatiels, budgerigars ... 
 
The feeds are indicated for maintenance 
 
supplied to pets and players in the stages of 
 
reproductive inactivity. Its composition allows them to cover 
 
loosely nutritional needs of these stages. 
 
 
 
The daily consumption 
 
Approximately consumed daily around 10% of its 
 
weight. For example the use of a pet indoors is 10 carolina 
 
12 g per day. 
 
 
 
recommendations 
 
Psittacus is formulated to provide 100% of the food 
 
parrot. You can add other foods to the diet, especially in 
 
especially fresh fruit and vegetables. We recommend that Psittacus 
 
not less than 70% of it. 
 
 
 
It is advisable to add any supplement vitamínicomineral 
 
those parrots that feed basically 
 
Psittacus. 
 
It is advisable to renew the feed and water daily. 
 
 
 
composition 
 
Cereal grains / products and byproducts of seeds and fruits 
 
oilseed / vegetable oil / egg powder / yeast 
 
beer / mineral. 
 
 
 
additives 
 
Amino acid salts and analogues / inulin (0.05%) / Mixed 
 
flavoring (contains yucca extract 0.015%) / sepiolite / 
 
Antioxidants / trace elements or compounds Substances 
 
trace elements (chelates iron, copper, manganese and zinc; 
 
calcium iodate and sodium selenite) / vitamins and pro-vitamins (A, 
 
D3, E, K3, B1, B2, B6, B12, C, Ac.Nicotínico, Ac. Folic Biotin 
 
Choline chloride, B-carotene). 
 
 
 
analytical constituents 
 
7.0% moisture, 15.5% crude protein, crude oils and fats 7.0 
 
%, Crude fiber 2.7%, Crude ash 3.8% 
 
 
 

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