Wisbroek Lory Nectar
Before: Avis Cibum Lori Pro Nectar
Wisbroek Lory Nectar is a complete food for nectar-eating birds. It contains all nutrients that these birds also eat in the wild.
How does it work?
With Wisbroek Lory Nectar the birds get all the natural nutrients they normally find in the wild. These nutrients include vitamins, minerals, amino acids, trace elements, carbohydrates, proteins and fats.
The added spirulina in the nectar prevents spoilage on the one hand and is a natural colouring for the birds on the other. This helps to bring out their beautiful natural colours.
Advice for use
Mix 10 grams (1 full measuring spoon) Wisbroek Lory Nectar with 100 ml water. Let it stand for 2 minutes and mix again. Keep mixing until a nice gel-like substance is formed.
Distribute fresh Lory Nectar daily.
Prepared nectar can be kept for 24 hours.
Tip from Mr. U:
To offer your birds some variety in addition to the nectar, you can, for example, offer fresh fruit. Examples include: mango, apple, pear, apricot, palm fruit, pomegranate, papaya, guava and prickly pear.
Who is it suitable for?
Wisbroek Lory Nectar is suitable for all nectar-eating birds, such as Loris and hanging parakeets.
Wisbroek Lory Nectar
Avis Cibum Lori Pro Nectar
|Vitamin A||1672 IE/kg|
|Vitamin D3||152 IE/kg|
|Vitamin C||70 mg/kg|
|Vitamin E||125 IE/kg|
|Vitamin B1||44 mg/kg|
|Vitamin B2||7 mg/kg|
|Vitamin B3||22 mg/kg|
|Vitamin B6||5 mg/kg|
|Vitamin B12||0,54 μg/kg|
|Folic acid||0,02 mg/kg|
|Vitamin K1||60 μg/kg|
|Magnesium Aspartate||90 mg/kg|
|Choline bitartrate||8 mg/kg|
|D-Calcium pantothenate||19,5 mg/kg|
|Citrus bioflavonoid||100 mg/kg|
Disclaimer: Wisbroek is continuously working on an optimal composition of the various feed types. Mentioned values may therefore deviate from the actual product. See the label on the package for the exact composition.
The high diversity in raw materials makes our Wisbroek food a perfect balanced recipe for birds.
In our Wisbroek food we include natural ingredients that birds eat in the wild.
Worldwide fed by zoos
Zoos around the world have been recommending our food and feeding it to their birds for years.