Ornitalia’s Perle Morbide – IN STOCK NOW!!! GREAT EXPIRY 08/2025
Perle Morbide completely replaces the germinated soak seed, removing the well known germination risks.
Suitable for Canaries, British and tropical Finches ie Gouldian Finches, Parrot Finches, Star Finches, Australian Finches, Waxbills, Grassfinches, Goldfinches, Siskins, Bullfinches, Budgies, Small Parakeets, Cockateils and any other similar sprout-eating birds.
- Quick and easy preparation
- Completely edible
- Egg laying improved by 20%
- Elimination of diseases risks caused by germination process
- Best growth index
- Reduction to disappearance of black spots in nestlings
- Add in the water, used for preparation, any medication or water-soluble additive
Start the administration about a month before mating and continuing at least until terminated moulting.
Mix 1 part Perle Morbide to 2 parts water (e.g mix 100g of perle morbide per 200g of water, soak for 2 hours), the water should always be twice the weight of the product. Add to dry eggfood/softfood and mix to get a “hulled” product or in a dish on its own.
The product should be prepared daily.
Perle morbide can also be used during the rest period, two or three times a week.
The quantity to be used is `ad libitum` or rather the amount of animals require according to the number of nesting.
Ingredients: corn, ground wheat, ground oats, corn gluten meal, coconut oil, soybean oil, potato protein, calcium carbonate, dicalcium phosphate, L-lysine, choline Natural and Artificial Flavors, chloride, DL methionine, vitamin E supplements, calcium L-ascorbic acid 2-monophosphate (stabilized vitamin C), biotin, Yucca schidigera extrat, zinc oxide, manganese oxide, niacinamide, Vitamin B12, rosemary extrat, copper sulfate, calcium Yodado, beta-carotene, magnesium oxide, vitamin A acetate, calcium pantothenate, sodium selenite, folic acid, Riboavina, pyridoxine hydrochloride, thiamine mononitate, natural and artificial colors, menadione, b complex isolfato sodium(source of vitamin K3), vitamin D3, Cobalt sulfate, mixed tocopherois.
Often known as pm