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Species Specific Food for Lories - 8 lb.

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Beautiful Lories can be difficult to feed in captivity. This specially designed formula replicates, as accurately as possible, the nutrition these birds would receive in the wild. The tiny morsels can be fed to any size Lori. Trust Pretty Bird for the best in Bird food for all species.


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Package Size8 lb.
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Corn, wheat, oat groats, soy concentrate, corn gluten meal, fructose, soya oil, coconut oil, raisins, coconut, papaya, apricot, banana, sweet potato, pineapple, apple, spinach, broccoli, carrots, dates, calcium carbonate, dicalcium phosphate, DL methionine, L-lysine, isoleucine, L-threonine, L-tryptophan, choline chloride, natural and artificial flavors, vitamin E, ascorbic acid, ferric sulfate, D-biotin, yucca schidigera extract, BHT, copper sulfate, calcium iodate, calcium pantothenate, vitamin A, sodium selenite, folic acid, riboflavin, pyridoxine hydrochloride, thiamine mononitrate, natural and artificial colors, menadione dimethylpyrimidinol bisulfite, vitamin D3, cobalt sulfate. Guaranteed Analysis: Crude protein (min) 16% Crude fat (min) 6% Crude fiber (max) 3% Moisture (max) 10% Ash (max) 4% Vitamins: Vitamin A (min) 12,000 IU/kg Vitamin D3 (min) 800 IU/kg Vitamin E (min) 200 IU/kg Copper (min) 10 mg/kg

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Pretty Bird Species Specific Lory Food


Absolutely the best. We have used it for our Lory for more than 15 years and she is in perfect health. No mess. She would not eat any other food!

Pretty Bird Species Specific for Lories


My lories have been eating this since
<br>I got them and they love it. There is no
<br>mess and they have raised lots of babies
<br>while eating this. Its perfect.

Great food for lorikeets!


The guy I bought my lorikeet from told me to soak a parrot biscuit in warm water and sprinkle hummingbird nectar on it. The only other option I found, was a powder food that she wouldn't eat. I was so glad when I found this food and she loves it. (I still give her nectar in water without the biscuit) She started to lay eggs not that long after I started feeding it to her. I thought maybe that was because it was more nutritional than what I had been giving her. She will be 21 years old in June.