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Mixerama - Small Parakeets energy plus 1 kilo

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A basic feed for all parakeets that need extra energy! The mixture is intended for budgerigars kept outdoors all year round. The feed can also be given during and after the rearing of young animals or as a digestible feed for diseases. The different types of millet, canary seed and naked oats are eaten with pleasure. Also found in the mix is the small-grained Fonio Paddy (also called hunger millet) from Africa. The proteins it contains are said to be better tolerated than those of other types of millet. The proportion of starchy seeds in this feed is 78 percent.

High-quality oilseeds and grass seeds are each represented at 11 percent. Since budgerigars eat mainly grass seeds in the wild, these should not be missing from any mix. The chicks are used to it from an early age, especially when rearing young.

Oil seeds are often frowned upon when keeping birds - wrongly so! The mixture contains high-quality seeds from herbs and weeds, which provide the birds with essential vitamins, amino acids, minerals and trace elements.

Plata millet, silver millet, red millet, manna millet, Senegal millet, canary seeds, grass seeds, naked oats, Japanese millet, Delicha, Pagima Green, spinach seeds, carrot seeds, basil seeds, fennel seeds, niger seeds, fonio paddy, wild seeds.

Nutritional advice
2-3 teaspoons per day per bird. Free use in outdoor aviaries. Supplement regularly with fresh food and minerals.

Our tip
Check the weight of your birds regularly and adjust the daily feed quantity accordingly. It is also advisable to have an annual health check by an avian veterinarian. Also remember to provide fresh water (several times) a day!

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