It is designed to constitute 100% of the parrot's diet in non-reproductive periods. However, if fresh fruit and vegetables are provided daily to lend variety to the diet, we recommend that Psittacus should constitute no less than 60% of the total intake. No vitamin or mineral supplements should be given to parrots whose basic principal food is Psittacus. It is appropriate to renew food and water daily. Store in a cool dry place after opening inside a closed container.
Birds consumption varies between 5% and 8% of body weight. Mediumsized species (for example, Amazon parrots) consume around 20-35g per day.
Cereal grains, products and by-products of oil seeds and fruits, legume seeds, vegetable oils, products and by-products of cereal grains, fructose, dried brewer's yeast, minerals, inulin (0,05%)
Mixture of flavouring compounds (contains Yucca schidigera extract 0,015%); Rosmarinus officinalis extract / Sepiolite / Tocopherol-rich extracts of natural origin, palmitoyl-6-ascorbic acid / Compounds of trace elements (ferrous chelate, cupric chelate, manganese chelate, zinc chelate; calcium iodate anhydrous and hydroxy-analogue of selenomethionine) / Vitamins, pro-vitamins and chemically well-defined substances having similar effects (A, D3, E, C, K, B1, B2, B6, B12, Pantothenic acid, Niacin, Folic acid, Biotin, Choline chloride, Bcarotene, Betaine anhydrous)
Moisture 7,0%, Crude protein 21,5%, Crude oils and fats 8,0%, Crude fibres 4,1%, Crude ash 5,5%
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