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CoxBird liquido | Suplemento para coccidios

CoxBird liquido | Suplemento para coccidios ForteBird

CoxBird liquido | Suplemento para coccidios
CoxBird liquido | Suplemento para coccidios
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  • Model 7057

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Coxbird is a natural liquid supplement whose active ingredients based on extracts achieve the elimination of avian coccidiosis.

It is an ideal solution for the control of coccidiosis without the use of antibiotics due to its bactericidal, germicidal and fungicidal action that prevents and cures the disease.

It effectively fights the different coccidies that affect our birds.

It is a very important aspect to reflect that the intestinal flora does not run the risk of being damaged, being this a very important aspect to take into account for its administration.

Coxbird is an ideal way to fight the disease in a natural way, avoiding to damage the intestinal flora, destroying the birds' immune system and not creating resistance to antibiotics due to their bad use.

Directions for use: Administer 1 ml of Coxbird per liter of water 1 or 2 times per week as a preventive measure or 2 drops per 80cc drinker.

 For infectious processes can be administered continuously 2 ml per liter of water for 7 days or 4 drops per 80cc trough.

The water must be renewed daily. 

Composition: Contains extracts of oregano, clove, garlic and ginger. In addition to the active principles of thyme and aniseed among others. 

Keep in a cool, dry place away from light.

Complementary feed for ornamental birds.

Formats: 30ml, 100ml and 250ml

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