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Pineta Yellow Factor

Pineta Yellow Factor Bird coloring

Pineta Yellow Factor
Pineta Yellow Factor
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Yellow factor pigment for canaries

Increases yellow lipochrome

Additional information: RECOMMENDED for optimal coloration of pigmented birds in the nest, administer YELLOW FACTOR every day before egg laying in intense and snowy canaries and continue until moulting is complete. For mosaic canaries, always start from the 40th day of life and continue until the end of the moult.

YELLOW FACTOR is a specific pigment for yellow factor canaries, it contains natural colorants such as lutein and beta-carotene associated with safflower flowers to give an intense and natural yellow-gold color to the plumage. It also contains dry extracts of silymarin (milk thistle), dandelion and echinacea that help the body during the moulting period, act on the liver with a detoxifying and hepatoprotective effect and help strengthen immune defenses. YELLOW FACTOR associated with VELL BRILL, fully and appropriately satisfies all the nutritional needs of birds during the moulting period. Also ideal for shape and posture canaries (Norwich, Yorkshire, Gloster, etc.) and exotics (Gould diamonds, mandarin diamonds, etc.).

How to use. Usage: mix carefully with a morbid paste. Dosage: 10-15 g per kg of food. Treatment duration: daily, from weaning (feathering) to completed moult. Maintenance: twice a week.

Technological additives: preservatives, antioxidants.

Organoleptic additives: lutein (e161b), beta-carotene (2a161g).

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