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Best Bird 1st Choice Softfood 1.5kg

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I250511-Best Bird 1st Choice Softfood 1.5kg
I250511-Best Bird 1st Choice Softfood 1.5kg

Product details

SKU
I250511
Pet
Bird
Description

Best Bird 1st Choice Softfood is a high grade supplementary food for caged & aviary bird. Use all year round for general health or in preparation for the breeding season. Can be used to help sick birds recover or to help birds through their moult and contains blue maw - a seed high in essential fats, vitamins & minerals.

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