Staple food for ornamental fish
(€ 59,90 / l, Price shown includes 13% VAT. - Excludes delivery costs)
Features & Advantages
- Staple food for Bettas and other labyrinth fish
- Adapted to the special nutritional needs of fighting fish
- Contains needs-based protein content by adding krill and shrimp
- Floating and sinking flakes enable appropriate feed intake
- Promotes wellbeing, growth and rich colours
Item no.: TET-129108, Content: 100 ml, EAN: 4004218129108
The Tetra Betta is a staple food in flake form for fighting fish and other labyrinth fish in the freshwater aquarium.
Tetra Betta is a staple food in popular flake form that was specially developed for Betta splendens and other labyrinth fish. The flakes contain a protein portion that is tailored to the needs by adding shrimp and krill and thus contribute significantly to the growth and expression of impressive fins. Natural colour enhancers improve the expression of colours. The flakes contain all the vital nutrients, vitamins and trace elements and, due to the slow sinking, enable a species-appropriate feed intake. In contrast to frozen food, the risk of disease introduction by pathogens is reduced to zero. Tetra Betta promotes well-being, natural colours and the growth of animals. The stabilised vitamin C increases the body's defences, promotes healthy growth and thereby prevents nutritional deficiency symptoms.
Tetra Betta is a staple food in flake form and should be fed at least 2-3 times a day in small portions that the fish can absorb within a few minutes. The food can be supplemented with delicacies such as Tetra Delica 2-3 times a week. The best-before date on the packaging indicates the point in time until which the feed remains sealed and properly stored and remains intact. The opened feed box should be fed within 3 months because moisture, air and light break down the nutrients in the feed and thus impair the supply of essential ingredients.
Oliver Knott recommends:
With the Tetra Betta staple food, attention was paid to the special needs of fighting fish and labyrinths, so that they can be optimally and appropriately fed with the floating and slowly sinking flakes.
|Types of Fish :||Labyrinth Fish|
- Fish and fish by-products
- Vegetable protein extracts
- Molluscs and crustaceans (Artemia Salina 3.3%)
- Oils and fats
|Raw protein||48 %|
|Crude oils and fats||10 %|
|Raw fibre||1,5 %|