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Ropa-B Feeding Oil 2% (prevención infecciones por bacterias y hongos)

Ropa-B Feeding Oil 2% (prevención infecciones por bacterias y hongos)
Ropa-B Feeding Oil 2% (prevención infecciones por bacterias y hongos)
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Clothing-B Feeding Oil 2%, a 100% natural essence based oregano 2% with many beneficial properties for pigeons and birds

- Helps digestion
- Very good for growing nestlings; It stimulates your appetite and strengthens defenses
- Improves nutrient absorption
- Stimulates intestinal flora
- Reduce the risk of disease
- It is recommended to use in stressful situations or risk of disease transmission: silent, breeding, flights, transport of pigeons
- Help with diarrhea problems. drier = healthier stool pigeons.
- Improved physical performance.
- Does not create bacterial resistance.
- It does not produce waste.
- No causes side effects.
- Safe to use. Lengthens the shelf life of food due to its antioxidant properties.

Regular use of liquid Clothing-B creates resistance, naturally, against:
- Coccidiosis
- E-coli
- Trichomoniasis
- Salmonellosis
- Parasites
- Respiratory problems
- Mushrooms

- Oregano oil 2%.
- The oil is extracted from oregano plants through a process of steam distillation and comes from our fields in the Netherlands and Turkey.

- Maintenance: 5 ml per kg feed, during 4-5días a week. It can occur throughout the year.
- If necessary: ??10 kg of food for 4-5 days. Then re-dose maintenance.
- Recovery of problems caused by fungi or bacteria: 2 ml per liter of water for 7 days
- Clothing-B Feeding Oil 2% can be given in combination with other (non Clothing-B) products.
- Each bottle contains a cap and dosing syringe to facilitate dosing.

- Bottle of 500 ml

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