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Feed sticks for targeted nutritional supplementation with high-quality proteins and essential amino acids. Protein content 42.2%. For times when increased protein is required, e.g. during egg formation.

Sinking, water-stable feed sticks consisting of 100% natural ingredients as a targeted protein supplement.
Shrimp King Protein has significantly higher protein content in comparison with the main food at 42.2%. It is fed as part of the normal feeding programme for variety and as a nutritional supplement. At the same time, Shrimp King Protein enables an increased protein supply during times of increased need e.g. during the reproduction phase and egg formation. Shrimp species with inherently higher protein requirements can also feed appropriately for their species.

The proteins and essential amino acids all originate primarily from aquatic animals (Gammarus, Daphnia, decapsulated Artemia cysts, shrimps, green-lipped mussel) and as a result have optimum nutritional composition and bioavailability.

Guarantee: no artificial colourings or preservatives, no fish meal.

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Shrimp King Protein is also ideal for feeding crayfish, dwarf crayfish (CPOs), crabs, long-arm shrimps and snails.

 

Ingredients: 

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Bacterial protein from Corynebacterium glutamicum, insect proteins, stinging nettles, dandelion, mulberry leaves, Daphnia, krill, chlorella algae, montmorillonite, Moringa oleifera, rosemary, mannan-oligosaccharides, ß-glucans, flower pollen, turmeric, cinnamon
Analytical constituents: 42.6% crude protein, 7.5% crude fat, 5.9% crude fibre, 13.4% crude ash


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Yeah, I just added some pics in the review tab of this article. If you click on view article you'll see the tab down the bottom.

 

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My lfs have these as their only shrimp food, so i use them too. I bought the 5 in 1 package for my 7 BM and they seem to love it. But sadly to say, i wasn't fully prepare, i dove into this hobby half blinded. It does break down fast but i really cant make a comparison because i have never tried other brand of food yet.

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