It is designed to constitute 100% of the parrot's diet in nonreproductive 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 70-80% 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. Medium-sized species (for example, African Grey parrots) consume around 20-40g per day.
Cereal grains, products and by-products of oil seeds and fruits, legume seeds, vegetable oils, 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 welldefined 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 17,0%, Crude oils and fats 11,0%, Crude fibres 3,4%, Crude ash
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