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Nekton E (potencia la reproducción y la fertilidad en las aves)

Nekton E Nekton

Nekton E (potencia la reproducción y la fertilidad en las aves)
Nekton E (potencia la reproducción y la fertilidad en las aves)
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NEKTON E is a nutritional supplement mainly composed of vitamin E

NEKTON E avoids vitamin E deficiencies in the diet of birds by covering all the nutritional needs of this important food component, fundamental in the biological processes related to sexual instinct and desire, reproduction and fertility.

It promotes fertility in birds, increases the average survival of embryos and strengthens the development of chicks.

Contains a high percentage of vitamin E (tocopherol acetate).

NEKTON-E is especially indicated to stimulate the reproductive instinct of birds because it acts on the reproductive organs and sexual hormones, increasing fertility and sexual appetite.

An excellent food that increases the percentage of fertile ovules and offers a very important antioxidant action,

Administration of vitamin E before the breeding season contributes to more young, fewer sterile eggs, higher hatching rates and lower mortality of embryos and chicks

Form of Use:

1 g per 250 ml of water or 1 g per 250 g of breeding paste or feed.

Administration should start at least three weeks before breeding and stop as soon as the first egg is laid.

It can be added to drinking water or mixed with breeding pastes.

Its use is recommended in all bird species, especially canaries, goldfinches, wild, exotic, psittacines.

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