Atison's Betta Pro, Ocean Nutrition, 15 g
Floating mini-pellets with ideal nutritional value that enhance the natural color of the Betta. Content: 15 g
This food is a totally new kind of mini-pellet food. Bettas simply love it! This food is intended for regular use by Betta breeders, from the serious hobbyist to professional. It is safer, more reliable and cheaper than live food and is easier to store and handle. We advise the use of Betta PRO if you want to condition your Betta fish (for example for spawning or competing in a show), or for sustained growth. Constitutes a stable diet for fry from the start of the second month up to the seventh month. Bettas love this food and prefer it to frozen or freeze dried foods.
Content: 15 g.
- Floating pellets that stay longer on the water surface, available for feeding.
- Does not cloud the water.
- Due to its high nutritional value is a perfect replacement for live food.
- With its great taste and flavour Increases alert and responsiveness of fish.
- Enhances naturally the natural color of the Betta fishes and other fishes alike. No colorants added.
- Ideal for consistent growth and conditioning of high quality Betta fishes.
Instructions for use:
Feed twice per day as much as fish will consume in a few minutes (about 7 pellets per fish, depending on the size of the fish and water temperature). To avoid premature sinking, place the pellets gently in the water surface. Keep well closed and stored in a dry and cool place. Use within 6 months after opening.
Ingredients: pure brine shrimp embryos, wheat flour, vitamins (stabilized ascorbic acid, vitamin E supplement, niacin, thiamine mononitrate, folic acid, calcium pantothenate, riboflavin, menadione sodium bisulfite complex, vitamin A acetate, pyridoxine HCl, vitamin B12 supplement, vitamin D3 supplement, biotin) and preservatives (calcium propionate, ethoxyquin).
Crude protein (min.), 38%; crude fat (min.), 7.5%; crude fiber (max.), 4.4%; moisture (max.), 10.5%; ash (max.), 7.6%.
Not for human consumption.
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