Higgins N Tun is food for all types of small birds

Vendor: Higgins
SKU: 046706302703
Availability: Out Of Stock
46.92 ر.س
46.92 ر.س
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the weight: 283 G

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  • It contains a variety of natural ingredients, such as dried fruits, vegetables, nuts, legumes and seeds
  • It helps meet the nutritional and behavioral needs of birds, as they enjoy the desired nutritional diversity.
  • It does not contain artificial materials or preservatives

the components:

  • Brown rice, soybean protein concentrate, coconut oil (preserved with tocopherol blend), powdered milk, cane sugar, dried beet pulp (de-sugarized), calcium phosphate, banana, flaxseed, casein, dried yeast, dried whey, carbonate Calcium, salt, algae meal, macadamia nut oil, skimmed milk powder
Analytical components
Protein (minimum) 21%
Fat (minimum) 13%
Fiber (maximum) 3%
Humidity (maximum) 10%
vitamin E (minimum) 100 IU/KG
Vitamin C (minimum) 100 mg/kg
Omega 3 (minimum) 0.30%
Omega 6 (minimum) 1.20%
(DHA) (minimum) 0.03 %
total lactic acid bacteria
2 x 10 5 cfu/g

  • Before hand feeding your baby bird(s), we recommend that you have the following items at your disposal: A clean, sterilized mixing bowl to mix the hand feeding mixture with water
  • There should be a warm place (bed) to keep the little birds warm after feeding
  • A plastic syringe to draw the food mixture into it
  • Thermometer to measure the temperature of water mixed with food, paper towels.

How to prepare:

  • There are some important steps to follow when preparing the formula.
  • We recommend using filtered water that has been heated to 120°F (49°C)
  • If you are not sure whether the water has reached the desired boiling point, boil the water for at least 10 minutes, then allow the water to cool to 120°F before mixing it with the food powder.
  • We do not recommend using the microwave to heat water or food powder, as microwave heating can cause uneven heating, which can cause serious complications.
  • Use the table below to determine the mixture and water ratio for your bird.
  • Note that the proportions listed are suggested guidelines and can be adjusted depending on age, health, bird species and environmental temperature.
  • Once thoroughly mixed with a spoon, allow the mixture to "rest." Then measure the temperature of the mixture until it is between 102°F - 108°F (39°C - 42°C). This is the recommended temperature.


The age of the bird Amount of nutritional mixture Recommended amount of water
2 days 1 gram 4-6 ml
2-5 days 1 gram 3-4 ml
5 days or more 1 gram 2- 1.5 ml

Important note: each meal should consist of 8% to 12% of the chick's weight

* From the beginning of hatching until the age of 2 days

  • This stage is the stage in which the bird needs water the most
  • Therefore, the product is placed with water in a syringe at the rate of 1 gram per 4-6 ml of water

* 2-5 days of the bird’s life

  • At this stage, the bird needs to be fed with the food mixture more than ever
  • Therefore, the mixture is placed at the rate of 1 gram per 3-4 ml of water

* From 5 days of age until weaning age

  • More product is mixed with water to a creamy consistency
  • Mix in a ratio of 1 per 1.5-2ml of water

Other important nutrition tips:

  • A newly hatched baby bird needs to be fed every two hours, and the period will slowly lengthen as the bird grows, becoming from 6 to 8 hours.
  • Monitoring the bird's weight every morning is one of the most important ways to monitor the bird's metabolism
  • If you feed the bird and notice after two hours or after a specified number of hours that the stomach is full, you must ensure that:
  1. The incubation temperature is appropriate
  2. Dilute the mixture at a rate of 1 gram per 3 ml of water for 24 hours, then return by increment to the normal concentration specified in the table during the next 24 hours.
  3. If there is no improvement in digestion within 36 hours, consult your veterinarian immediately

Important warnings:

  • The mixture is administered directly into the mouth using a syringe, and we make sure that all air comes out of the syringe before giving the product to the bird in the mouth.
  • Always put the syringe in and feed the small bird from the left side of the bird's mouth so that the mixture goes into the stomach
  • Do not put the syringe in and feed the bird from the right side of the bird’s mouth so that the small bird does not suffocate as the mixture enters its lungs.