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Vitapol Food For Cockatiel - 500G

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Original price Rs. 276 - Original price Rs. 276
Original price
Rs. 276
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Rs. 276 - Rs. 276
Current price Rs. 276
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Weight: 500gm
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  • It is a complete food, made with high-quality seeds and fruits.
  • Cockatiel bird food provides the necessary vitamins and minerals.
  • This food is especially consumed by cockatiel.
  • It also helps in maintaining the ideal weight of birds.

Vitapol Cockatiel Bird Food is formulated with a unique mixture of three distinct millets for optimal nutritional value. It is fortified with easily digested wheat flakes, a great source of fibre, and has a favourable impact on the digestive system. It comprises high-quality ingredients that were selected to satisfy the nutritional requirements of your bird. This scrumptious treat for feathered friends is certain to win their hearts and become their go-to snack. After all, a cockatiel that is healthy has a better chance of becoming a happy cockatiel!

  • Bird food for cockatiels
  • Contains fruit and seeds
  • Closely resembles their diet in the wild
  • Easy to digest
  • Please check with your vet before changing your pet's diet
  • Packed in controlled atmosphere for freshness
  • Supports immunity and nervous system health
  • Feed only recommended quantities
  • No preservatives
  • Always have fresh water available for your pet

  • Crude Fat (Min) 20%
  • Crude Protein (Min) 15.5%
  • Moisture (Max) 12%
  • Crude Ash (Max) 6.8%
  • Crude Fiber (Max) 25%

Yellow & white Millets, Red, White & red sorghum, Niger & Canary Grass Seeds, Dehulled Pumpkin Seed, Safflower, Hemp Seed, Sunflower Seed, Rowanberry, Oat Groats, Corn Flour, Rosehip, Carotene, Raisins, Hawthorn Berry, Alfalfa Meal, Peanut

This depends on the appetite of your bird. Serve between 2 and 3 teaspoons. This is just a guide, for specific quantities, please check with a vet or a pet nutritionist.