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Lori Nectar Premium &
Lori Dry Formula

complete feed for all lorikeets and lorys

with papaya & apple

with spirulina (green coloured nectar)

with fresh pollen

with healthy brewer´s yeast

less fat and protein than traditional blends

with probiotic bacteria for better digestion

Lorikeets have a brush-like tongue, also called a brush tongue, and a specialized digestive system adapted to consuming nectar, pollen and berries. They obtain energy from the simple sugars in nectar (e.g. sucrose, glucose, fructose), while pollen provides protein and other essential nutrients.


Understanding the unique digestion of Lorikeets & Lorys

lactose free

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no added bakery products

Lorikeets have a simple digestive tract and consume easily digestible foods, resulting in their naturally “liquid” droppings. Due to the low fiber content and high moisture content of their natural diet, they must consume large quantities to meet their energy needs. This leads to correspondingly short “transit times” of food in the gastrointestinal tract and large amounts of feces are produced. Because of the high moisture content of the feed, the feces also contain a lot of moisture. The lorikeets have therefore developed a very powerful method of expelling their feces, which is intended to prevent contamination of their feathers.



Lori Nectar Premium.
A liquid formula with everything your Lorikeet

Mix conveniently with warm water

Complete feed for the whole year

Spirulina turns the nectar green

With valuable fresh pollen and fruits


Lori Dry.
A dry formula without

No more mixing with water necessary

With fresh pollen & fruits

Complete feed for the whole year

With valuable brewer's yeast & probiotics

Ideal for warm summers

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Our feeding recommendation.

Lori Nectar Premium

Feeding instructions
Lorikeets eat about 10-15% of their body weight (dry weight).
Mix with warm water until desired consistency. We recommend a ratio of 1:4. Always ensure that fresh drinking water is available at all times. When it is warm outside (above 20 degrees Celsius) renew our lori nectar twice a day. Likewise, remove contaminated or uneaten food every day. Birds kept in captivity tend to eat too much. Therefore, feed according to body weight and based on the following table (values given in the table are guidelines and may vary depending on the housing temperature, maintenance and breeding time).

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Breeding of lorikeets & lorys:
Increase the amount of nectar by up to 50% and supplement it with our moist egg food if necessary (protein boost). Tip from Australia: Many lorikeets like to eat vegetables and its over there a valuable part of their feeding, especially during the breeding season.







Composition: Fructose, sucrose, wheat, soy, pollen, vegetable protein extracts, dried papaya, dried apple, dried brewer's yeast, milk and milk derivatives, minerals, probiotics.

Analytical components: 12.11% protein, 2.38% crude fat, 0.02% crude fiber, 3.65% crude ash, 3.50% calcium, 0.65% phosphorus, 0.10g sodium

Additives/KG:Dietary supplements 7,200 IU vitamin A (3a672a), 800 IU vitamin D3 (3a672), 197.80 mg vitamin E (3a700), 12.0 mg vitamin K3 (3a711), 302.00 mg vitamin B1 (3a821), 500.00 mg vitamin B2 ( 3a825ii), 430.00 mg choline chloride, 30.00 mg calcium D-pantothenate, 309.00 mg vitamin B6 (3a831), 3.20 mg folic acid, 560.0 mcg vitamin B12 (cyanocobalamine), 179.00 mg vitamin C (3a300), 5950.0 mcg biotin (3a890), 41.6 mg L-carnitine (3a910), 249.6 mg L-L-lysine (3c322), 134.4 mg L-methionine (3c301), 172.00 mg L-threonine (3c410), 53.6 mg L-L-tryptophan (3c440) , 5.0 mg iron (3b103), 0.12 mg iodine (3b201), 5.0 mg copper (3b405), 50.00 mg manganese (3b503), 50.00 mg zinc (3b605), 0.05 mg selenium (3b801)

Zootechnical additives /KG:

Bifidobacterium animalis ssp. Animalis DSM16284, Lactobacillus salivarius ssp. Salivarius DSM16351, Enterococcus faecim DSM21913 (4b1890) min. 5 x 10-9 CFU/kg

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