Mazuri Fish Analog 50/10 Gel Diet is designed as a convenient and nutritionally complete alternative to feeding frozen fish to marine mammals, birds and other aquatic species. This easy-to-prepare exotic animal diet is palatable in dolphins, seals, sea lions, penguins, beluga whales and other marine species. Made from fish meal, this Mazuri® diet is shipped as a powder that is designed to be made into a gel prior to feeding. In addition to all the vitamins and trace minerals you need for healthy animals, this gel diet has a long shelf life as a dry powder, makes an excellent vehicle for delivery of prescribed medications and reduces the need for freezer space.
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- Mazuri® Fish Analog 50/10 Gel Diet is designed to be an essential part of the total feeding system.
- Feed intake will vary based on age, body size and reproductive status.
- Prepared Mazuri® Fish Analog 50/10 Gel Diet can be fed at a rate of 25 to 50% of the animals’ diet to provide optimal nutrition. Never feed dry powder without first combining with water.
- Mix, by weight, 60% boiling (or at minimum 80°F) water to 40% Mazuri® Fish Analog 50/10 Gel Diet. Adjust mixture to meet desired texture and need.
- Mix thoroughly with a spoon, fork or whisk for one minute, then pour into a shallow pan and allow to cool.
- Refrigerate until firm. Cut into pieces appropriately sized for the animals being fed.
Mazuri® Gel Diets have a 1 year shelf life in the dry powder form when stored in a dry environment. For best results, tightly affix lid on canister after removal of desired dosage or store contents of open bags in container with sealing lid. Store in a cool (75°F or colder), dry (approximately 50% RH) location. The mixed product should be stored under refrigeration for no longer than 7 days or frozen for up to 1 month. It is recommended that frozen batches be individually sealed in amount of usage, as repeated entry into the container exposes gel to oxygen. Once this product is mixed with water to form a gel, it should be handled like raw fish.