Unifeed for grosbeaks and cardinal species and subspecies: Compound feed for grosbeak and cardinal species and subspecies
Composition: cereals, oils and fats, vegetable proteins, sugars, mineral substances, probiotics, vitamins, amino acids, antioxidants, flavourings
Instructions for Use: administer the product as it is in the manger in substitution of the previous seed mixture. To stimulate the first consumption of the new food to reluctant birds is also useful to moisten a small quantity of Unifeed until a compact dough is obtained, mixed with a quantity of the previously used seeds (10-15%) to attract the animals and force them to taste it (for 100gr. of Unifeed add 50 ml of water).
This procedure should be repeated for a couple of days removing gradually the amount of seeds.
Once the intake is certain, the dry product will be administered. Provide clean water daily. Close the package after use to preserve the fragrance; keep in a cool, dry place.
Reproduction: unifeed particularly rich in vitamins, provitamins and microelements to be administered about 2 months before laying (late winter-early spring); stimulates mating subjects, increases fertility and promotes proper hatching of eggs.
Breeding: unifeed with a higher protein content, mineral salts and vit. D for correct growth of the chicks; it is used from the eggs’ hatching (one or two days earlier) until the weaning of the young; exclusive and “wet” administration is recommended.
Moult: unifeed with a greater content of sulfur amino acids and zinc to support the metabolism in a delicate period such as the moult.
Maintenance: unifeed throughout the year, for non-breeding or newly weaned individuals, for incubating females. It has the function of supporting and restoring liver function after metabolic stress such as laying eggs (females) and moult.
Warning: carefully check the actual product intake in the first days of complete substitution of the previous bird food