- Supplemental diet in addition to fruit for fruit eating birds (Traupidae, Sturnidae, Columbiformes, Musophagiformes,
Ramphastidae and Bucerotiformes).
- Small (2 mm) and Large (7 mm) extruded feed for small and large fruit eating birds respectively.
- Can be fed both dry and wet. Wisbroek Softbill Diet falls apart after 24 hours or more.
- Iron content less than 85 ppm. Each batch is analyzed by an external laboratory. Check the iron level of your batch nr. on www.wisbroek.com.
- DHA fatty acids are added for optimal health and breeding conditions.
- Diversity in raw materials to obtain a complete feed which, next to fruit, do not need any additions.
- Use of raw materials rich in natural carotenoïds (luzerne, carrots, beetroot, spirulina, corn and corn gluten) which will enhance the natural coloring of the birds.
- Most minerals are added to the feed in organic (chelate) form for optimal bioavailability.
- Prebioticum added as lactose.
- 35% of the fatty acids are PUFA’s (poly unsaturated fatty acids).
Wisbroek Softbill Diet Small
€ 62,50 Excl. VAT / € 75,63 Incl. VAT
Ingredients: Corn, wheat germ, rice, corn gluten, egg powder, dextrose, wheat groat, yeast, soya concentrate, wheat flower, sunflower oil, carrot, beetroot, alfalfa, milk powder, spirulina, vitamins, and minerals.
|Vitamin A||10.000 IE/kg|
|Vitamin D3||1.000 IE/kg|
|Vitamin E α-tocopherol||250 mg/kg|
|Vitamin C (Stable)||50 mg/kg|
|Iron (ferrous sulphate, monohydrate)||2,0 mg/kg|
|Iodine (calcium iodate, anhydrous)||15,0 mg/kg|
|Copper (copper sulphate, pentahydrate)||85,0 mg/kg|
|Manganese (manganese oxide)||70,0 mg/kg|
|Zinc (zinc sulphate, monohydrate)||0,3 mg/kg|
Feed fruit eating birds next to their daily portion of fruit ad libitum Wisbroek Softbill Diet.
Is Wisbroek Softbill Diet new to the bird?
Provide Softbill 2 mm mixed with the fruit.
Be aware of the fact that 100 g of fruit consists of approximately 85 g water.
Dry Wisbroek Softbill Diet contains only 8 g of water per 100 g diet. In addition, vary in fruits provided.
For example, combine fruits with different carbohydrates, for example grapes (glucose, fructose) with mango (saccharose) or pear (fructose) with banana (starch).
Feed extra banana to breeding birds, as they require extra energy for reproduction and have a higher requirement of Selenium, and sick birds that are in need of extra energy.
Store cool, dark and dry. Dry presentation is the best way to offer the feed to your birds. Soaking the feed in water before offering is also an option. Make sure fresh drinking water is always available.