Wombaroo Passwell Fruit and Nut Mix is a tasty and healthy treat best suited for medium to large sized parrots and cockatoos. It is made from a high-quality selection of assorted dried fruits and nuts and is mixed with Passwell Parrot Pellets to give your bird a healthy boost of extra protein, vitamins, and minerals.
- Wombaroo Passwell Fruit and Nut Mix
- A tempting, delicious treat for your bird
- Without the health risks of processed treat mixtures
- Great to use as a reward when training pet birds
- High in protein for excellent body and feather condition
- Packed full of key nutrients, vitamins and minerals
- A healthy and natural mixture designed to boost overall health
Ingredients: Seasonal Dried Fruits and Nuts (Paw Paw. Pineapple. Apricot. Banana. Sultanas. Pepitas. Peanuts. Almonds.) Fortified with Passwell Parrot Pellets which contain: Ground Grains (Triticale. Wheat. Barley. Maize. Oats.) Whey and Soy Proteins. Meat Meal. Lysine. Methionine. Mannan Oligosaccharides. -glucans. Vegetable Oils. Omega-3 and Omega-6 Fatty Acids (including EPA & DHA.) Carotenoids. Vitamins A, B1,B2,B6, B12,C,D3,E,K. Nicotinamide. Pantothenic Acid. Biotin. Folic Acid. Choline. Inositol. Calcium. Phosphorus. Potassium. Sodium. Magnesium. Zinc. Iron. Manganese. Copper. Iodine. Selenium.
Wombaroo Food Products was founded by Brian & Roslyn Rich. In 1976 they established a research laboratory to investigate the nutritional and energetic requirements of native birds, in particular honeyeaters and lorikeets. This ground-breaking work led to the foundation of Wombaroo Food Products in 1984. In 1987 Colin Rich joined the company. His expertise as an ornithologist and aviculturist was instrumental in the introduction of the Passwell range of bird foods. Their Lorikeet & Honeyeater Food, Insectivore Rearing Mix, Finch Soft Food and Parrot Pellets & Crumbles are used extensively as maintenance diets at institutions such as Taronga Zoo, Adelaide Zoo, Currumbin Bird Park, Gorge Wildlife Park, Territory Wildlife Park, Healesville Sanctuary, Department of Conservation and local councils.