Paradise Pellets (Vetafarm) Eclectus Parrot Food/Frugivorous Bird Food

SKU: 00057

Size: 2kg
Sale price$26.95 USD

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Eclectus Parrots are Frugivorous (fruit-eating) tropical parrots. Their natural diet consists mainly of fresh native fruits and their kernels. Paradise Pellets have been formulated to replicate the natural diet of these birds with fresh Australian-grown fruit, low iron levels, and a high level of vitamin A, to ensure a nutritionally balanced and complete diet.

Paradise Pellets were formulated by avian veterinarians as a species-specific formula to suit the low iron dietary requirements of Eclectus Parrots and other frugivorous birds. The basis of any diet for birds should come from the most reliable source - nature.

This inspiration was used to create this completely balanced diet based on fresh fruit and select low iron grains from Australian farms.

These pellets are extruded to unlock natural flavors, improve digestibility, and ensure food safety.


Average Daily Pellet Requirements

Average Eclectus Parrot:
Approx. 450g bodyweight requires a minimum of 35g of Paradise Pellets per day. (Note: this figure considers you feed equal parts fruit and vegetables in addition)

Other frugivores (fruit pigeons, birds of paradise, minors etc):
Approx. 8g of Paradise pellets per 100g of body weight, in addition to fresh fruit.

Feeding Guide
50% Paradise Pellets
45% Fresh fruit and vegetables
5% Selected treats (seeds and nuts)

Unlimited water

Paradise Pellets have been developed to provide complete nutritional balance for growth, breeding, brain function, and optimum feather development when fed as 50% of your Frugivores total diet.

The remaining 50% should consist of the majority of fresh fruit and vegetables (45%) and a small portion of treat foods such as select nuts and seeds (5%).

Vetafarm Delistix can also be added to this 5% as a healthy balanced treat and behavioural enrichment tool. Foods high in iron should be avoided when feeding Frugivores with a low iron tolerance.



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