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Goldenfeast Goldn'obles

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SKU:
SS3409
UPC:
741919163409
MPN:
BB4406
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Description

Goldenfeast Goldn'obles Large Beak

Goldn'obles is an extruded pellet that is safe for Eclectus. 

The Goldenfeast Goldn'obles is a pellet parrot food that is safe for Eclectus parrots and has no preservatives, no synthetic vitamins, and no additives. There are over 50 ingredients in this gourmet parrot food. No high-fructose corn syrup or other flavors. Goldenfeast medium parrot food is great for large to medium Eclectus parrots. 

No Peanuts, No Corn, No GMO, No Fructose Corn Syrup, and No Artificial Flavor.

Ingredients: Organic quinoa, organic soybeans, almonds, organic brown rice, organic apples, organic cranberries, hulled oats, organic alfalfa, organic agave, blueberries, walnuts, organic flax seed, carrots, barley, mango puree, banna puree, coconut cream, organic rye seed, organic spelt, honey, strawberries, apple cider, sesame seed, beets, organic chia seed, goji berries, organic amaranth, sunflower kernels, raspberries, spinach, organic kamut, hemp seed, fenugreek, fennel seed, ginger, chamomile flowers, cinnamon, whole anise seed, oregano, bee pollen, basil, organic echinacea, lactobacillus acidophilus, cilantro. 

Guaranteed Analysis:
Crude Protein (min.) 15.00%;
Crude Fat (min.) 9.00%;
Crude Fiber (max.) 8.00%;
Moisture (max.) 4.75%;
Ash (max.) 7.00%

Refrigerate after opening to retain freshness.

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11 Reviews

  • 5
    Love these pellets!

    Posted by Sharmeen Azmudeh on Nov 17, 2019

    My birds absolutely love these pellets! Love this product and it’s super healthy for them. Also, great customer service and always ships out quickly!

  • 5
    Goldenfeast Goldn'obles

    Posted by Pam Yarletts on Jun 29, 2019

    I love these little Cheerio like pellets. all my birds big and small like them

  • 2
    I wold give this a 5 star rating if it didn't contain honey or other added sweeteners They are both rlated to liver problems.

    Posted by Mary Wheeler on Jun 22, 2019

    I don't see the need for adding sweeteners or any kind to a bird's food. They are connected to liver problems when fed long term. I won't be buying any more foods like this in the future.

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