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Psittacus papilla 1 Kg

Psittacus papilla 1 Kg
Psittacus papilla 1 Kg
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  • Model 244
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14.75€
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Papilla High Energy 
 
indicated 
 
It is designed to raise manually from time 
 
blunt the feather shafts, those species of parrot 
 
requiring high-fat diets: grays, macaws, eclectus, 
 
poicephalus ... Contains the most suitable for these vegetable fat 
 
species: palm oil. 
 
 
 
The daily consumption 
 
On average parrots ingest 7-10 ml of porridge 
 
take and weight 100 g. The number of doses per day 
 
depends on the species of parrot and their age. 
 
 
 
recommendations 
 
It is then a slurry of. For example, gray parrot 
 
used from the 3rd week of life. Animals 
 
young, it is preferable to use porridge first age. 
 
 
 
Its use is recommended until emancipation. in the 
 
weaning gradually replaced by solid food. 
 
 
 
composition 
 
Cereal grains / products and byproducts of seeds and fruits 
 
oilseeds / vegetable oils (crude palm oil contains 
 
7%) / legume seeds / products and byproducts 
 
cereal grains / minerals / fructose / dehydrated papaya. 
 
 
 
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, 17.5% crude protein, crude oils and fats 
 
20.0%, crude fiber 3.2%, Crude ash 5.1% 
 
 
 
package 
 
1 kg bags

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