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PALOMA BLUE (Extracto orgánico natural de ácidos y hierbas)


PALOMA BLUE (Extracto orgánico natural de ácidos y hierbas)
PALOMA BLUE (Extracto orgánico natural de ácidos y hierbas)
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  • Model 1772
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Natural Biological Extract of acids and herbs.
Thanks to its synergistic combination of short and medium chain fatty acids with organic acids it has a bactericidal effect against Gram - (E. Coli, Salmonella, etc.) and Gram + (Clostridium, etc.), molds and yeasts.
Control of enteric diseases, Salmonella E. Coli, Trichomoniasis, some respiratory diseases. Etc.
Synergistic effect with antibiotics.
Increases natural resistance, improves growth, nutritional conversion and intestinal integrity.
Avoid, reduce and eliminate biofilm with its use.
Non-corrosive, safe use.
Form of use
In drinking water:
Dissolve 1ml per liter of water, can be increased to 2ml, verifying that the pH level is adequate.
We recommend using Paloma Blue every day of the year less in contest period 3-4 times a week.
Electrolytes, food fatty acids (caprylic acid), propylene glycol, ammonium formate, formic acid, propionic acid, ammonium propionate, ammonium formate, copper sulphate pentahydrate, natural garlic extract and artichoke.
Store in a cool, dry place protected from sunlight and away from sources of heat and / or humidity. The containers must not be in contact with floors and / or walls. Keep containers tightly closed.
Security instructions
Keep out of reach of children, eyes and skin care. In case of contact, rinse eyes with plenty of water.
Expiration: See sticker attached.
500 ml

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