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Specially steam-pelleted food designed to retain beneficial nutrients while eliminating harmful bacteria. Give your birds the nutrition they need with no artificial colors or flavors and no animal by-products. Contains 11% protein, 7% fat. Use for pet birds year-round and for off-season breeding birds. No additional vitamins or mineral supplements needed. Use this diet when switching your bird from its old diet to Roudybush.

Comes in 3 bag sizes:
44 oz - S$26.50
10 lbs - S$79.90
25 lbs - S$172.80 (pre-order, no nibbles)

From : S$26.50

Product Code: RMP

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Description Ingredients
Feed as a sole diet. Do not give vitamin or mineral supplements. Healthy treats may be given in moderate amounts if desired. Make sure your bird is eating the diet by evaluating his droppings. Store in a cool, dry place.
Product Description
  • Pellet sizes:

    Nibbles: Finch, Canary, Budgerigar, Parrakeet and other similar sized birds
    Mini: Cockatiel, Lovebird, Budgerigar, Conure, Canary, Ringneck, Caique, Neophema
    Crumbles: Cockatiel, Lovebird, Budgerigar, Conure, Canary, Caique, Neophema
    Small: Small Cockatoo, Cockatiel, Lovebird, Pionus, Conure, Lory, Rosella, African Grey, Quaker, Amazon, Eclectus
    Medium: Large Macaw, Large Cockatoo, Dwarf Macaw, Small Cockatoo
    Large: Large Macaw, Large Cockatoo

    Use this diet when switching your bird from its old diet to Roudybush. Continue to feed to adult birds that are not laying eggs or feeding chicks. Lories and lorikeets, which will accept this diet, will have drier droppings than they have on nectar. If you have a bird that is a chronic egg-layer or a bird with a tendency to develop hypocalcaemia (like African Greys), mix 2/3 Maintenance with 1/3 High-Energy Breeder to supply more calcium and vitamin D3. Do not give additional vitamin or mineral supplements. Fresh fruit and vegetable treats may be given as a minor part of the diet.

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