Kangaroos and wallabies are mammals with a pouch, that is, marsupials. They live in groups, which hide during the day and graze at night. You can recognize them immediately by their large, strong hind legs, their heavy tail and, of course, their pouch. Female marsupials have two uteruses and a pouch: a fold of skin in which the nipples lie. This is where the young stays until it’s big enough to stand on its own legs.
1014 Alfamix kangaroo
Complete muesli for marsupials
maizeflakes, barleyflakes, linseed fibers, wheatflakes, soya dehulled extracted toasted, soybeans toasted, linseed expeller, apple molasses, barley, maize gluten feed, rape seed extracted, st. Johnsbread, peasflakes, soja oil, lecithin, petwheat, carrot flakes, lime stones, organic acids
crude protein 14,3 %, crude fat 5,8 %, crude fiber 8,0 %, crude ash 7,2 %, calcium 8,47 g, phosphorus 5,43 g, sodium 4,28 g
3a672a Vitamin(e) A 14928 IE, 3a671 Vitamin(e) D3 1579 IE, 3a300 Vitamin(e) C 22 mg, 3a700 Vitamin(e) E 252 mg, 3a316 Vitamin(e) B9 Folic acid 4 mg, 3a880 Biotin(e) 1007 mcg, Cholin(e) 299 mg
copper (3b413 Cu-chelate of glycine hydrate) 25 mg, zinc (3b607 Zn-chelate of glycine hydrate) 126 mg, manganese (3b506 Mn-chelate of glycine hydrate) 126 mg, iron (3b108 Fe-chelate of glycine hydrate) 50 mg, cobalt (3b304 coated granules cobalt(II)carbonate) 1 mg, iodine (3b202 calcium iodate anhydrous) 1 mg, selenium (3b8.12 Se-organic CNCM 1-3399) 0.2 mg, selenium (3b801 sodiium selenite) 0.05 mg