Ingredients: Ground corn, Soybean meal, Ground wheat, Vegetable oil, Wheat germ meal, Sucrose, Dicalcium phosphate, Calcium carbonate, Ground vegetables (carrots, celery, beets, watercress and spinach), Iodized salt, DL-Methionine, Choline chloride, L-Lysine, L-ascorbyl-2-polyphosphate, Natural mixed tocopherols, Rosemary extract, Citric acid, Canthaxanthin*, Manganous oxide, Zinc oxide, Copper sulfate, Calcium iodate, Sodium selenite, Vitamin A supplement, Vitamin D3 supplement, Vitamin E supplement, Vitamin K supplement, Niacin, Calcium pantothenate, Pyridoxine hydrochloride, Thiamine, Riboflavin, Folic acid, Biotin, Vitamin B12 supplement.
Natural Diet - Large Parrots
ZuPreem® Natural Diet is formulated to provide balanced nutrition for various species of adult birds.
- Fixed formulations are made with high-quality ingredients from U.S. sources, and fortified with 21 vitamins and minerals birds need every day for good health.
- Naturally tan, oval-shaped pellets appeal to bird owners who want to feed a natural bird food.
- Every pellet contains carrots, celery, beets, watercress and spinach ground from fresh vegetables for a great flavor.
- More digestible than cold-pressed pellets or seed mixtures, and offer maximum digestibility and nutrient absorption.
- Less product waste, and vitamin and mineral supplements are not required or recommended.
- Longer shelf-life than seeds or cold-pressed pellets.
- Manufactured in an American Institute of Baking certified food-grade plant for consistent, dependable nutrition in every pellet.
Naturally tan colored pellets.
Colorful Plumage and brighter feather colors
Canthaxanthin is a natural carotenoid pigment, widely distributed in nature. There are three main chemicals used in color feeding for brighter feather colors: Canthaxanthin, Beta-Carotene, and other orange carotenoids. Canthaxanthin is the most powerful natural color promoting substance. Fresh natural carotenoids are found in some fruits and vegetables. The birds should also be fed these foods so that other pigments, perhaps not yet identified or synthesized, can be obtained by the birds.