Lory Nectar is a complementary food for psittacine birds of the Loriini tribe.
COMPOSITION: Fructose, dried apple, cereal grains and products derived thereof, oil seeds, oil fruits and products derived thereof, dried brewer’s yeast, dried papaya, minerals and products derived thereof, vegetable oils (high oleic sunflower, refined linseed), legume seeds and products derived thereof, inulin (Cichorium intybus), marigold meal (Tagetes erecta), Mojave yucca.
ADDITIVES: Vitamins: 3a672a Vitamin A: 2500 IU/kg; 3a671 Vitamin D3: 550 IU/kg; 3a700 Vitamin E: 110 mg/kg; 3a300 Vitamin C: 35 mg/kg; 3a710 Vitamin K3: 2,5 mg/kg; 3a820 Vitamin B1: 14 mg/kg; 3a825i Vitamin B2: 10 mg/kg; 3a831 Vitamin B6/Pyridoxine hydrochloride: 14 mg/kg; Vitamin B12/Cyanocobalamin: 50 µg/kg; 3a841 Calcium D-pantothenate: 10 mg/kg; 3a314 Niacin: 65 mg/kg; 3a316 Folic acid: 2,5 mg/kg; 3a880 Biotin: 400 µg/kg; 3a890 Choline chloride: 900 mg/kg; 3a160 (a) Beta-carotene: 30 mg/kg; 3a920 Betaine anhydrous: 125 mg/kg. Trace elements: 3b106 Iron (iron (II) chelate of amino acids hydrate): 15 mg/kg; 3b406 Copper (copper (II) chelate of amino acids hydrate): 1 mg/kg; 3b504 Manganese (manganese chelate of amino acids hydrate): 28 mg/kg; 3b606 Zinc (zinc chelate of amino acids hydrate): 13 mg/kg; 3b202 Iodine (calcium iodate anhydrous): 0,5 mg/kg; 3b814 Selenium (hydroxy-analogue of selenomethionine): 170 µg/kg. Antioxidants: 1b306 (ii) Extract of vegetable oils rich in tocopherols (rich in delta-tocopherol): 30 mg/kg; 1b304 Ascorbyl palmitate: 7 mg/kg. Flavourings: 1,11 g/kg; Rosmarinus officinalis extract: 0,01 g/kg.
ANALYTICAL CONSTITUENTS: Moisture 6,0 %, Crude protein 7,0 %, Crude fat 3,0 %, Crude fibre 4,8 %, Crude ash 3,2 %, Lysine 0,4 %, Methionine 0,2 %, Calcium 0,3 %, Sodium 0,04 %.
FEEDING DIRECTIONS: Store in a cool, dry place. Simultaneous use with water for drinking in which choline chloride has been added should be avoided. It cannot be used as an exclusive diet permanently. It is recommended to supply it dry and together with Lory Gel, also dry and in a separate feeder. It acts as a substitute for fruit, minimizing its voluntary consumption.