100 g • 250 g • 500 g

Spirulina is commonly associated with blue-green algae, which are actually Protein-rich cyanobacteria, similar in appearance to very dark green algae, and are also consumed by humans. The spirulina powder contains many essential amino acids, is rich in chlorophyll and natural beta-carotene as well as minerals (trace and major elements) and secondary plant substances as well.
This implies positive effects on the immune system, which is particularly important for young animals.
Spirulina is also considered a breeding stimulant and increases plumage splendour.
Analytical constituents of Spirulina:
• Protein 65% • Carbohydrates 15% • Fat Content 4% • Crude ash 8%.
Feed supplement for ornamental birds.
Use: 1 g (1 x measuring spoon) per 100 g egg-food.