Mazuri Waterfowl Diet

Mazuri Waterfowl Diet is designed to provide quality nutrition for ornamental ducks, geese, swans, and other waterfowl species. Your birds will get all the vitamins and minerals they need with no supplementation required. Moreover, you can use the diet as a base to design a complete feeding program for herbivorous or omnivorous ducks

Mazuri Waterfowl Diet is a floating waterfowl food that contains fishmeal, allows for feeding of birds in the water, and helps avoid the accumulation of uneaten food on the bottom of the feeding area limiting contamination and waste.

Ocala Breeders’ Feed & Supply stocks high-quality wildlife & aquatic feed. There is something about throwing a handful of fish food out and watching the pond come to life with fish wanting a taste. We have the fish food to make your pond come to life whether you have a small goldfish pond or a large stocked pond we have you covered.

Mazuri Waterfowl Diet Benefits:Mazuri Waterfowl Diet

Floating diet
Developed to float so waterfowl can eat on the water. Furthermore, it mimics their natural habitat, supporting leg health, and limiting water contamination and waste.

Healthy ingredients
No added artificial colors, flavors or preservatives, and fishmeal is sourced from sustainable suppliers.

  • Feed free choice to non-breeding, mature, fully-feathered birds.
  • Adult birds should eat approximately ¼ cup (17 g) per lb (0.45 kg) of body weight daily, but amounts will vary based on species, size, and activity level.
  • To encourage natural feeding behavior, scatter food directly on the water, where it will float.
    • To prevent the diet from floating away, offer feed in a shallow trough of water.

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