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Australia's Healesville Sanctuary Diet ? #763961
04/11/09 12:17 PM
04/11/09 12:17 PM

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I was looking at this diet and it calls for the high protein baby cereal.

I found this web site: http://www.cincottachemist.com.au/viewsec.php?dept_id=4&sec_id=1

Is this the high protein baby cereal the recipe calls for? Thanks



SPECIES: SUGAR GLIDER: Petaurus breviceps
NATURAL diet: Insects, pollen, nectar, sap, lerps.
AD LIB: Water.
DAILY diet (per animal):
1 Dog chow/Advance.
6g Fruit, chopped (1tbspoon).
3 ml Nectar mix.*
1g Fly pupae (¼ tea spoon).
5g Corn (¼ thin slice).
2g Sprouted seed.*
2 Mealworms.

SUPPLEMENT: 5 Pollen grains – once per week.
3 Sultanas – 3-4 times per week.
2 Sunflower seeds – once per week.
1g Pet Health Food (small cube) – once per week.
1 Almonds - once per week.
Insects – 3-4 times per week (eg. moths).
Acacia, eucalypts, other blossoms as available.


NECTAR MIX - To Make up:
Nectar Mix 2 Litres 4 Litres 6 Litres 8 Litres
Honey 700 ml 1.4 Litres 2.1 Litres 2.8 Litres
Hot Water 1.0 Litre 2.0 Litres 3.0 Litres 4.0 Litres
Eggs 3 6 9 12
Soluvet 20 g 40 g 60 g 80 g
Calcivet 20 ml 40 ml 60 ml 80 ml
Cold Water 250 ml 500 ml 750 ml 1.0 Litre
Cereal 70 g 140 g 210 g 280 g
Dissolve the honey in the hot water.
Blend together:
Eggs – hard boiled – shelled.
Soluvet
Calcivet
Cold water
Once blended, add mix to the honey and water, together with High
Protein Baby Cereal.
It is essential that the vitamin supplements are thoroughly mixed to ensure even
distribution throughout the mix.
This mix needs to be made fresh on a daily basis. Remaining contents of each day to
be discarded.
The mix can be made up last thing each afternoon and placed in the fridge.


Sprouted Seed Mix
Composition (as specified on diet Sheet)
40 % Fine seed mix
40 % Wheat
10% Sunflower seed
10% Mung Beans
Method
1) Place required amount of seed into container, and cover with water and Aviclens
(5ml Aviclens to 10L of water).
2) Soak for 24 hours.
3) Then place the empty soaked seed into seedling trays to a maximum depth of 2cm
and rinse thoroughly using shower spray.
4) Place onto heat pad in Autumn, Winter and Spring until sprouted (usually 24
hours to 48 hours ) additional rinses may be required if conditions are particularly
dry.
5) When sprouted remove from seed trays and place in refrigerator.
6) Thoroughly clean all equipment. Scrub with detergent, then rinse in sodium
hypochlorite at (3ml/L of water).
Plastic lids will need to be used only when conditions are Dry and or Cold to maintain
warmth and humidity . Use in warm humid weather will promote mould growth,
please use own judgement.
Hygiene
1) Conditions required to sprout seeds are also ideal conditions for the propagation of
a wide range of fungus and moulds, some of which are highly toxic.
2) For this reason it is vitally important that all equipment is kept clean, scrubbing of
all equipment needs to be carried out at completion of every cycle.
3) If any mould is detected (black spots, grey filaments, mouldy odour), discard the
whole batch and clean trays thoroughly with sodium hypochlorite (3ml per litre of
water).
The Heat Pad
1) Use of the heat pad will need to be adjusted according to the conditions.
2) In autumn, winter and spring only turn the heat pad on at night.
3) Leave the heat pad off in summer unless the temperature falls below 13oC.
4) The seed raising mix should not get warmer than 23-25oC, as he heat pad raises
the temperature on the mix approximately 10oC above the ambient temperature it
not required at ambient temperatures above 15oC or it will promote growth of
contaminants.
Healesville Sanctuary diets
August 2006 This document in under constant review and is modified continuously.
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5) To assist with decision making a max/min thermometer should be kept at the seed
sprouting station.
6) Please refer to the adjacent sheet from the manufacturer for full instructions.

Re: Australia's Healesville Sanctuary Diet ? [Re: ] #764037
04/11/09 03:38 PM
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Yes that would be the High Protein Baby Cereal they are referring to. Note the ad says it is not in stock. This cereal is no longer available in the US and will be pretty expensive to order from Australia.


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Re: Australia's Healesville Sanctuary Diet ? [Re: CandyOtte] #764061
04/11/09 04:36 PM
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You can use the Wombaroo High Protein Supplement instead of the high protein baby cereal. You should just use half as much WHP as the recipe calls for baby cereal. thumb


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Re: Australia's Healesville Sanctuary Diet ? [Re: sugarlope] #764066
04/11/09 04:44 PM
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Originally Posted By: sugarlope
You can use the Wombaroo High Protein Supplement instead of the high protein baby cereal. You should just use half as much WHP as the recipe calls for baby cereal. thumb


Alternatively, you can use a mixed grain baby cereal with Wombaroo High Protein supplement added...voila High protein cereal.


Re: Australia's Healesville Sanctuary Diet ? [Re: Marz] #764084
04/11/09 05:54 PM
04/11/09 05:54 PM

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Marz thats a great idea, what would you recommend for the measurements of baby cereal with wombaroo High Protein? Thanks everyone smile

Re: Australia's Healesville Sanctuary Diet ? [Re: ] #770275
04/25/09 03:33 PM
04/25/09 03:33 PM

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The protein in wombaroo high protein supplement is whey protein and soy protein. You oould also use powdered oatmeal w/a little whey protein powder added.

This high protein baby cereal used to be available in the US but it wasn't really that high in protein. It had the consistency of Gerber baby cereal flakes and was highly refined higher protein cereals. Rolled oats (regular oatmeal) in the blender w/a bit of whey protein powder would be about the same thing but more nutrition.


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