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Higgins Versele-Laga Sunburst Mineral Grit For Small Birds 6 oz

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Higgins Sunburst Mineral Grit For Small Birds 6 oz (170 g)
Mineral Grit for all small birds including Canaries, Finches, Parakeets and Cockatiels is a great source of calcium and minerals. Mineral grit with enriched oyster shells can lead to 100% fertility and excellent bone structure. Provides all minerals needed for reproduction with real Florida oyster shells impregnated with 17 minerals such as iodine, copper, zinc, nickel, magnesium, sodium chloride, sucrose, iron sulfates and trace minerals. Has a unique, bright blue color due to the oxidation of the minerals blended in. Mineral Grit also has anise oil for a unique, licorice aroma.
For finches, canaries, doves and other softbill birds
Ingredients: Crushed Oyster Shell, Calcium Oxide, Calcium Carbonate, Magnesium Oxide, Iron Oxide, Silica, Sodium, Potassium Iodide, Copper Sulfate, Zinc Sulfate, Nickel Sulfate, Ferrous Sulfate, Magnesium Sulfate, Manganese Sulfate, Natural Anise Flavor.

Guaranteed Analysis: Calcium Min. 36.0%, Calcium Max. 38.0%, Phosphorus Min. 0.2%, Salt (NaC1) Min. 1.3%, Moisture Max. 0.6

Feeding Instructions: Feed 1 teaspoon per bird per day. Sunburst grit can be fed in a separate treat dish or mixed with your birds daily food. Discard any unused portions before feeding again.

Made in the USA. 6 oz sealed package

“Hello, Should all bird’s have grit included in their diet? Andy”

“Hi Andy, Grit is only necessary for soft billed birds like canaries, finches & doves that are unable to crack open seeds with their beaks. “Hookbills” are able to remove shells from seeds and the rest of the mechanical digestions is finished in the gizzard. 

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