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The Dr. Green Everyday Working Dog food is a complete food for working dogs. The chicken flavoured kibble is full of vitamins and minerals for general health and vitality. Yucca extract has been added to the formula to reduce the unpleasant odour of urine and faeces. The crunchy and manageable kibble will excite your dogs taste buds and the fact its VAT free will have your tail wagging for sure. A dog’s natural inclination to chew will help to remove tartar and plaque and keep your dog’s teeth and gums clean and healthy. There are no artificial colours, flavours or preservatives in this dog food. Feeding Guide: Weight KG Grams per day 1 - 5kg 30g - 95g 5 - 15kg 95 - 220g 15 - 25kg 220 - 320g 25 - 35kg 320 - 410g 35 - 45kg 410 - 495g 45 + 495g (Requirements may vary depending on age, breed and activity level.) Composition: Whole Maize, Oats, Meat & Bone Meal, Chicken Meal(6%), Rice(4%), Chicken Fat, White Fish Meal, Brewers Yeast, Linseed, Minerals, Fibre FOS, Yucca Extract Additives: Nutritional per kg: Vitamin A 19000 IU/kg, Vitamin D3 1900 IU/kg, Vitamin E 110 mg/kg; Trace elements: Ferrous sulphate monohydrate 133 mg/kg, Copper sulphate pentahydrate 28mg/kg, Manganese sulphate monohydrate 94 mg/kg, Zinc sulphate monohydrate 278mg/kg, Calcium iodate 1.6 mg/kg, Sodium selenite 0.55 mg/kg. Technological Additives: Antioxidants Analytical Constituents: Crude Protein 21 % Crude Oils and Fats 7.5 % Crude Fibre 4 % Crude Ash 9 % Flavour: Chicken Size: 12kg
A 25kg sack of Peanuts for garden birds. That's all there is in this bag, just simple, high quality peanuts for birds. Peanuts are an ideal wild bird food source and will appeal to a wide range of wild birds throughout the year due to their high content of natural oils, protein, essential vitamins and minerals. For garden and wild birds, peanuts should ideally be fed from a peanut feeder (with a mesh), but they can be fed from bird tables and the ground. However, during the breeding season peanuts should only be fed from a peanut feeder to reduce the risk of a choking hazard for hatchlings and young birds. Although not a naturally occurring foodstuff for our native birds most species will readily accept them when offered and they are ideal to help wild birds through harsh or demanding times. Peanuts are popular with tits, greenfinches, house sparrows, nuthatches, great spotted woodpeckers and siskins. If you crush the peanuts up, it will also attract robins and dunnocks too as well as being safe to use in the breeding season.