Jerusalem artichoke tubers 5kg organic

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Jerusalem artichoke Tuber for healthy animal nutrition Rich in vitamins and minerals

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Particularly popular are the tubers and the herb in horses. In the small animal area, it is a valuable food for rodents such as rabbits, rabbits and chinchillas. Donkeys, goats, sheep and pigs are the beneficiaries of domestic and farm animals. Jerusalem artichoke is also used in dogs. The tubers as well as the herb have a very high vitamin content and are rich in minerals. The peculiarity is the high inulin content of the plant. The multiple sugar inulin is known for its prebiotic effect. Jerusalem artichoke has a balancing and beneficial effect on intestinal health, strengthens the immune system and is regenerating in metabolic disorders. Feeding recommendation Jerusalem artichokes Due to the high inulin content of the tuber, a gentle dosage should be selected. Approximately 50-100gTubers per day for larger animals and correspondingly smaller amounts in small animals. The tuber can be completely fed or grated well mixed with other feed. In addition, we offer you products from dried Jerusalem artichoke tubers throughout the year. Ingredients per 100g fresh tubers Vitamins A 2mg B1 0.2mg B2 0.07mg C 1 - 4mg Beta-carotene 0.1mg Niacin 1.3 - 1.8mg Energy value 30kcal / 126kJ Water 70 - 80g Protein 2 - 9 g Carbohydrates 15 - 25 g fat 0.5 g inulin 7 - 16g fiber 12-22g minerals sodium Na 5 - 18 mg calcium Ca 189 mg magnesium Mg 30 - 75 mg potassium K 400-800mg iron 5 - 18 mg copper 5 mg manganese 8 mg selenium
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Hinweise:: organic certifiedfor pet and animal use
Anbau:: own cultivation
Product weight: 5,00 Kg
Contents:5,00 kg
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