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PeckingBird | Picaje

PeckingBird | Picaje ForteBird
PeckingBird | Picaje ForteBird
PeckingBird | Picaje ForteBird
PeckingBird | Picaje ForteBird

PeckingBird | Picaje
PeckingBird | Picaje
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  • Model 7021

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Peckingbird is a natural supplement to provide both in feed or breeding pastes to avoid pecking and cannibalism in our birds.

Peckingbird provides all the necessary elements so that our birds are without stress, in a state of well-being that you will notice in the plumage as well as in the health of the specimens.

Peckingbird prevents pecking due to nutritional deficiencies and acts by actively relaxing the birds.

This double function makes peckingbird a novel product, which acts effectively especially during moulting season.

Besides the administration of peckingbird, there are guidelines that help to have a successful moult:

Placement of baths with bath salts on a regular basis.

Placing toys as ropes for your entertainment.

Proper nutrition without lack of nutrients.

Do not crowd many birds into small spaces where there are enough roosters so that they are not stressed.

If possible, avoid high temperatures and avoid excessive light.

Instructions for use: Administer 5 gr of Peckingbird for each kg of feed or breeding paste during the entire moulting process.

Composition: It contains extracts with a tranquilizing and antioxidant effect as well as nutrients such as magnesium, calcium carbonate, phosphates, calcium chloride and vitamins like A and B group. 

Keep in a cool, dry place away from light.

Formats: 200gr, 400gr

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