Dry food

This is a range of dehydrated foods that we offer to feed your animals.

Dry food 

Subcategories

  • Extrusion is a manufacturing process that can be used for various products, food included. It can also be used for certain pharmaceutical material for manufacturing medicines. The ingredients are mixed together and then compressed and heated inside an extruder, which gives the food a puffed appearance.  This process also makes the food more digestible.

  • Food in pellet form creates less dust than extruded food. It also allows ingredients to be combined with others. On the other hand, pellets take longer to soften and swallow as being harder they need to be chewed more.

  • Seed mixes provide fibre and unsaturated fatty acids. Different mixes of seed supply the different nutritional needs of your birds.

  • Soft food is ideal for small birds until they are able to eat seeds. It can also play an important role in breeding several species of exotic birds.

    We offer soft food for insect-eating birds, either as a food complement or as a complete food. Based on insects, it can be given on a daily basis, on its own or with fruit. It has been developed as a basic food for insectivorous birds as well as an excellent source of protein.

  • Special soft food for lories and lorikeets, particularly the species Charmosyna and Chalcopsitta. To be complemented with fruit and vegetables.

    The product comes in powder form to be mixed with water. It is an ideal food for all nectar-eating birds. It can also be given a complementary food for all fruit- eating and insect-eating birds.

  • We offer nuts in various pack sizes, allowing you to incorporate them in the daily diet or as enrichment.

    With or without shells, you can choose according to what suits your birds best.

    Nuts also contain protein, fibre, vitamins, and minerals: calcium, magnesium, phosphorus and potassium, and trace elements: zinc, copper. Nuts contain vitamin E, a powerful antioxidant against free radicals, responsible for cell oxidation. In addition, nuts are rich in both mono- and poly-unsaturated fats.

  • Mashes are specifically formulated to be mixed with water. They supply the feeding needs for hand-rearing chicks.