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Wild finch diets partly consist of seeds, and finch owners mistakenly believe that seed is all their birds need. What is not taken into account is that wild finches spend their day busily foraging for other foods such as fruits, flowers, insects, and worms - all of which supplement their diet with vitamins, minerals, and proteins. Lafeber's Premium Daily Diet for Finches takes the guesswork out of offering your bird complete nutrition by offering the 13 essential vitamins and minerals your bird cannot create on her own. Our granule-sized pellets are a perfect fit for your finch, and can be offered as a full meal with high-quality seed and a variety of fresh fruits and vegetables. Lafeber's Premium Daily Diet is a blend of ingredients like ground non-GMO corn and whole egg - the most digestive form of protein. Essential vitamins, minerals and amino acids are added to the mixed grains so each pellet contains all the nutrients finches need for a full, energetic, and healthy life.
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Ground corn, soybean meal, wheat flour, oat groats, cane molasses, dried whole egg, canola oil, dicalcium phosphate, ground limestone, iodized salt, citric acid, dl-methionine (an essential amino acid), l-lysine (an essential amino acid), vitamin A supplement, vitamin D3 supplement, vitamin E supplement, ascorbic acid, niacin supplement, calcium pantothenate, riboflavin supplement, thiamine mononitrate, pyridoxine hydrochloride, vitamin B12 supplement, folic acid, copper lysine, choline chloride, zinc oxide, manganese oxide, mixed tocopherols (a preservative), biotin, sodium selenite.
Crude Protein (Min) 15%; Crude Fat (Min) 5%; Crude Fiber (Max) 3%; Moisture (Mx) 10.5%; Omega 3 fatty acids (Min) 0.27%; Omega 6 fatty acids (Min) 2.02%
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2 teaspoons per day, per bird, being sure your bird has food available at all times. This food should make up 80 percent of your bird's diet, with vegetables, greens, fruits, whole grains, and nuts being the other 20 percent.