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Anti-Bacterias (SjoerdZwart)

Anti-Bacterias  (SjoerdZwart)
Anti-Bacterias (SjoerdZwart)
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Anti-Bacterial (SjoerdZwart)


We have developed a new remedy that helps against Salmonella, E-colli, streptococcus, trichomonads and various fungi. 


After several years of not having heard much about it, our birds are suffering again from several types of negative bacteria. Under social pressure, fewer and fewer types of antibiotics are allowed to be used and, as a result, these bacteria are controlled less often. So there is more and they also find their way back to our birds. Fungi will increasingly affect our bird populations in the coming years. They are often almost invisible, attack quickly and are very difficult to combat. With fungi, the best way is to prevent them from striking. Once you have them in your stock, there is almost no way to control them. 


Antibacteria We started to develop a product in a natural way. An agent that acts effectively, does not cause resistance and is easy to use. After many studies, this has resulted in a unique blend of naturally defined extra concentrated aromas, including oregano, butyric acid, cinnamon oil and diallyl disulphide (sulphur compounds). 


Anti-Bacteria contains the following raw materials: Yucca schidigera, lauric acid, monopropylene glycol, mono and allicin. These ingredients are known for their strong inhibitory effect on bacteria and fungi. For optimal intestinal health, increasing resistance and suppressing bacteria and fungi.


It uses 1 ml of antibacterial in 1 litre of drinking water, so it is very economical to use. 


50 ml container with practical dosing dropper.

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