Harrison’s Juvenile Bird Hand Feeding Rearing Formula Psittacine Chicks and other baby parrots ✔ IN STOCK

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Harrison’s – Juvenile Bird Hand Feeding Formula – 454g

A certified hit for the little birdies! The Harrison’s Juvenile Bird Hand Feeding Formula is a complete and nutritional diet ideal for hand-feeding large psittacine chicks and other baby parrots from the first day until they are ready to be weaned and other baby parrots over seven days of age until weaninge. The feed contains 100% natural, wholesome ingredients that aid in the growth and development of chicks. The Harrison’s Juvenile Bird Hand Feeding Formula is also suitable for birds recovering from injuries or illnesses, or those losing weight during diet conversion.

Key Features:

• Ideal for hand-feeding large psittacine chicks or other baby parrots
• Nutritional diet from first day up to before weaning
• It contains 100% natural, wholesome ingredients
• Suitable for birds recovering from illnesses or injuries
• Aids in the growth and development of baby birds
  For chicks following feeding of Neonate Formula for selected parrots.
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Harrison’s – Juvenile Bird Hand Feeding Formula – 454g

A certified hit for the little birdies! The Harrison’s Juvenile Bird Hand Feeding Formula is a complete and nutritional diet ideal for hand-feeding large psittacine chicks and other baby parrots from the first day until they are ready to be weaned and other baby parrots over seven days of age until weaninge. The feed contains 100% natural, wholesome ingredients that aid in the growth and development of chicks. The Harrison’s Juvenile Bird Hand Feeding Formula is also suitable for birds recovering from injuries or illnesses, or those losing weight during diet conversion.

Key Features:

• Ideal for hand-feeding large psittacine chicks or other baby parrots
• Nutritional diet from first day up to before weaning
• It contains 100% natural, wholesome ingredients
• Suitable for birds recovering from illnesses or injuries
• Aids in the growth and development of baby birds
  For chicks following feeding of Neonate Formula for selected parrots.
This formula should not be used in cockatiels under 21 days of age.Special uses: In common with Recovery and Neonate formulas, Juvenile formula can be used as a digestive aid, for hospitalised birds that require supplemental feeding; birds with beak injury; tube feeding for diet conversion of extremely stubborn birds.FOR USE IN BIRDS
• Nutritious formula for hand-feeding psittacine chicks until weaning.
• Can be used following post-hatch feeding of Neonate Formula for selected parrots (see below).
• Supports birds recovering from illness or injuries that may need supplemental feeding and birds that are losing weight during a diet conversion.

Composition

 

Hatch to 7 days

 

7 to 21 days

 

21 days to weaning

 

Other uses

 

Protein 26% (min)
Fat 14% (min)
Fibre % (min)
Moisture 10% (min)
Passerines
Cockateils
Parrots
Protein 35% (min)
Fat 19% (min)
Fibre 1% (min)
Moisture 10% (min)
Small insectivorous birds with an apparent inability to digest cornstarch *Anorexia with slowed gastrointestinal emptying time
*As a dietary transition for recovering patients
* Medical and surgical patients that are recovering from pansystemic failure
*For debilitated or injured birds
Protein 18% (min)
Fat 11% (min)
Fibre 4% (min)
Moisture 10% (min)
Baby Macaws, Cockatoos, African Greys, Amazons, Conures, Pionus from day 1 *Hospitalized birds that require supplemental feeding
*Birds with beak injury
Other parrots to weaning
Cockateils


Feeding Directions:

Caution: The correct feeding technique must be used in order to prevent injury to the bird or inhalation of the formula that could result in pneumonia or death.

Species:
• From day 1 for pionus, African greys, Amazons, cockatoos, conures and macaws.
• From day 7 for other parrots.
• From day 21 for cockatiels.

• Step 1: Gently feel the crop to determine that it is almost empty before feeding.
• Step 2: Mix fresh: Juvenile Hand-Feeding Formula and bottled “drinking water” heated to approximately 103°F (39°C). Follow proportion of formula to water as directed by your avian veterinarian for the age of your bird. Do not microwave. Allow to cool to lukewarm. Chicks with their eyes opened should be fed 3-4 times daily, and birds with feathers emerging, 2-3 times daily.
• Step 3: Feeding with an irrigation syringe is probably the most universally successful technique. As one faces the bird, position the syringe to enter the oral cavity from the left side of the bird’s beak and direct it toward the right side of the bird’s neck. Deposit the food into the bird’s mouth and, as it swallows, the normal feeding response closes off the trachea and prevents aspiration of the formula into the lungs.
• Step 4: Feed the bird until the crop is full but not overstuffed, and clean the excess formula from the bird’s beak, feathers and enclosure.

Additional information

Size

454g – In Stock, 1.36kg – In Stock

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