Beaphar XtraVital Tropical Bird

4,69 Incl. tax €6,25 Incl. tax
€3,88 Excl. tax 5,17 Excl. tax.
An outstanding premium food for finches based on a selection of up to 15 different seeds and fruits. An outstanding premium food for finches based on a selection of up to 15 different seeds and fruits. XtraVital also contains eggfood to provide essen... Read more
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Complete feed for tropical birds.

XtraVital Tropical bird is very tasteful and uitgebelanceerd premium birdseed, developed in collaboration with nutritionists, veterinarians and bird experts. The varied composition including 24 different kinds of seeds and 19.87% eggfood provides completely natural nutritional requirements of tropical birds such as Zebra finches, tiger finches and other Australian and African finches.

Seeds, cereals, bakery products, insects, eggs and egg products (0.25% egg yolk, dried), minerals, sugar (honey 3%), vegetable protein extracts, vegetable products (Echinacea tincture 0.1%).

Analytical constituents:
16.2% crude protein, crude fiber 6.9%, 9.4% crude fat, crude ash 5.8%, 0.9% Ca, Na 0.14%, P 0.5%, Mg 0.11 %, K 0.4%.

Nutritional additives: Vitamin A 13000 IU Vitamin D3 1900 IU, 80mg E1, E2 1 mg, 7.5 mg E4, E5, 66mg, 40mg E6, E8 0.2 mg, DL-Methionine 600mg L-Lysine 2100mg, antioxidants, coloring.

Switching from your current feed to XtraVital without transitional period. The smell and taste your bird will immediately accept this food. In the early nutritional intake and follow it with bad food XtraVital 1 week mixing with the old food.
Indication per bird per day: Zebrafinches 5-7 grams per day. Oranjekaakjes 3-5 grams per day. Tiger Checkmarks 4-7 grams per day, etc. Always have fresh water available.

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