Correct fiber and protein levels for normal growth and proper shell development
Contains chopped grasses (Oat, Timothy, and Alfalfa) to provide long-stem fiber, an important part of the natural diet of Grassland Tortoises.
Contains nutritious Dandelion Greens, Yucca, and other plants that tortoises love!
Contains a source of live (viable) naturally occuring microorganisms)
With added vitamins and minerals
The correct high fiber diet for all Grassland Tortoise species such as Russian, Sulcata, Leopard, Pamcake, Greek, Hermann's, Desert Tortoises etc.
No artifical preservatives, colors, or flavors
Formulated by PH.D nutritionists to meet the nutritional needs of Grassland Tortoises as determined by leading scientists and Zoo Professionals.
These new formulas contain long-stem fibers an important part of Tortoises natural diet. This new Natural food also contains nutritious Dandelion Greens, Yucca and other plants that tortoises love!
Formulated for Russian, Greek, Sulcata, Leopard and Pancake Tortoises
Over 30 Years of Innovation. Started in 1977 by 19 year old Gary Bagnall and college friend Mark Lemke, ZooMed started as a reptile company out of a one car garage located in Costa Mesa, California. It has evolved into a company that introduced the first American reptile vitamin in 1982 and never looked back! Today the company holds 3 reptile product patents with 3 more pending. Zoo Med`s greatest accomplishment has been the invention of UVB lighting for reptiles, which took place in 1993 and became the standard the world over for Zoos, Veterinarians and the reptile hobbyist.
Zoo Med Natural Grassland Tortoise Food
Zoo Med Food
Posted: 10/19/2008 from REDDING, CA UNITED STATES
This food comes in handy when it is the middle of winter when the turtles are not out in the backyard grazing. It comes with the food they need. It is easy to use. Just put some in a bowl and add a little water to moisten it. The turtles do not waste anytime eating it. There is nothing left in the bowl when they finish.
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