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Agrobs TESTUDO (Tortoise Diet) - 12.5kg

Agrobs TESTUDO (Tortoise Diet) - 12.5kg
Brands Nutrazu
Product Code: OM171
Availability: 13
£40.00 Not VAT on this item
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The diet of wild tortoises is always determined by the vegetation in their natural habitat. In their

original environment the actual vegetation period is usually limited to a short time followed by

dryness and heat from midsummer to fall. The crude fibre content of the plants is relatively low

and the protein content quite high during springtime. During summer herbs and grasses will

"age". The crude fibre content therefore increases in midsummer while the protein content

strongly decreases.


To meet the requirements of the organism the diet of pet tortoises should also be adjusted to the

respective season.

The protein content of PRE ALPIN Testudo is extremely low. It contains selected grasses with a

very low protein content and, at the same time, a very high crude fibre content. The reduced

protein supply unburdens particularly liver and kidneys and promotes the detoxification of the


When fresh plant food is fed PRE ALPIN Testudo is an ideal supplement. PRE ALPIN Testudo is

particularly recommendable during the transitional time and especially before the beginning of the

winter torpor.


PRE ALPIN Testudo for all (land living) tortoises...

• has an extremely low protein content and an extremely high crude fibre content

• promotes the detoxification of the body

• offers a diet adjusted to the natural habitat of Tortoises

• ensures an optimum crude fibre supply and thus a healthy intestinal flora

• contains no cereals or animal products

• offers an ideal calcium/phosphorus ratio

• may be freely offered at any time

• is free of flavouring and conservation substances

• is recommended by the Institute of Zoology in Munich



Selected grasses having a particularly low protein content


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