Suitable for most species of parrots.
It can be used from the first day of life until the moment in which there will be the first canyons of the feather, only in the newborn stage (we recommend to use Psittacine Crop Milk Replacer in the first phase of this stage). Slurry of the first age (the second phase).
Description this Is a slurry of the first age, designed to raise manually from the first day of life a large majority of species of parrot (yacos, amazons, cockatoos, macaws, eclectus, caiques, pionus, etc.).
Their use is recommended until such time in which there will be the cannons of the first feathers. From this point it is advisable to use a porridge of continuation. Can be delivered to chicks that require a supplement to the diet they receive from their parents.
In addition, it is suitable for recovering chicks poorly nourished. Recommended for use in the second phase of the neonatal period, preceded by Psittacine Crop Milk Replacer during the 5-7 first few days of life (first phase).
It contains a high proportion of dried egg.
Also contains papaya, supportive of transit digestive. On average, the parrots eat 7 to 10 ml of slurry per 100 g of weight. It is wise to make sure that an hour before each meal, the crop of the baby is completely empty.
We advise to provide the slurry with a syringe tube, soft rubber, virgin or silicone. This is the method that we use in our breeding centre to be the most safe and clean. We recommend to stimulate the animal by pressing the corners of the mouth side of the peak to cause movement of swallowing, before the introduction of the probe. Composition and indications
Energy 3.770 Kcal/kg
Ca 0,9 %
PB at 29.0 %
P 0,6 %
Lysine 1,5 %
Vit.A (retinol) to 4,200 IU/kg
Methionine 0.7 per cent
Vit.On (activ.) 68.000 IU/kg
GB 20,0 %
Vit D3 1,000 IU/kg
FB 3,4 %
Vit. E 300 IU/kg
Ash 5,8 %
Vit. C 250 mg/kg
Stage From the first day of life up to which there will be the feathers. Concentration to Approximately 25% solids in warm water. Pattern Of 7 to 10 ml of porridge and taken by 100 g of weight of the bird.
Crop is empty or nearly empty before each feeding.