Every exotic animal deserves the right nutrition
|Crude protein not less than
Crude fat not less than
Crude fiber not more than
Moisture not more than
Ash not more than
Vitamin E not less than
Omega-3 Fatty Acids not less than
Taurine not less than
Poultry by-product meal,ground brown rice, dehulled soybean meal, porcine animal fat preserved with BHA, spray dried animal blood cells, poultry fat preserved with BHA, glutamic acid, dried beet pulp, soy protein concentrate, soybean oil, dried brewer’s yeast, phosphoric acid, , calcium carbonate, dicalcium phosphate, fish meal, fish oil, salt, calcium propionate (a preservative), taurine, dl-methionine, choline chloride, pyridoxine hydrochloride, Lactobacillus acidophilus fermentation product dehydrated, preserved with mixed tocopherols (form of vitamin E), Lactobacillus casei fermentation product dehydrated, rosemary extract, thiamine mononitrate, Bifidobacterium thermophilum fermentation product dehydrated, vitamin A supplement, vitamin D3 supplement, Enterococcus faecium fermentation product dehydrated, dried yucca shidigera extract, d-alpha tocopheryl acetate (form of vitamin E), biotin, citric acid, menadione sodium bisulfite complex (source of vitamin K), folic acid, zinc oxide, vitamin B12 supplement, calcium pantothenate, riboflavin, nicotinic acid, ferrous sulfate, calcium iodate, basic copper chloride, l-lysine, manganous oxide, ferrous carbonate, copper sulfate, zinc sulfate, sodium selenite, cobalt carbonate.
- Feed management is dependent upon the feeding purpose or developmental stage.
- Young Growing Animals - Feed young animals free-choice. Allow animals to clean feeders every two to three days to ensure the presence of fresh feed. Growing ferrets will eat approximately 7% of body weight.
- Adult Animals (non-breeding) - Maintain adult animals in good body condition. Adults will generally consume 3-4% of body weight per day.
- Breeder Animals - Breeder animals (male and female) should be maintained in good/lean condition. During the pre-breeding period, care must be taken to ensure the animals are not depositing excessive amounts of fat. Some feed restriction may be necessary. Adults will eat approximately 5.5 to 6% of body weight (1.5 to 2.5 ounces/day depending on size/weight).
- Gestation/Lactation - During the last third of the gestation period females will increase feed consumption. Care is necessary to prevent animals from becoming fat. Some feed restriction may be necessary. At whelping time, caked udders may occur. This condition can be reduced by limiting females feedings. After the litter is one week old, feed can be offered free-choice.
- Keep fresh, clean water available at all times.
For best results, ensure polybag seal is fully closed during storage, or store contents of open paper sack in container with sealing lid. Polybag diets are packaged in sealed containers under nitrogen to ensure optimal freshness. Store in a cool (75ºF or colder), dry (approximately 50% RH) location. Freezing will not harm the diet and may extend freshness. Adhere to the “Best if used by” date or use within 1 year of bag manufacturing.