Seriferol Vitamin E improves bird cage bird reproduction
Vitamin E is essential for the reproduction of all birds , but especially for those that live in captivity, such as canaries, pigeons and other cage birds.
Its lack is due in many cases to the total or partial sterility of the males and the low posture of the females.
In mating seasons, a higher dose of Seriferol Vitamin E is necessary, the use of which can double births, decrease the number of clear eggs and ensure greater vigor in the offspring.
Dosage and instructions for use: it is used in drinking water and in pasta.
It is advisable to start 15 days before mating and continue treatment until at least the end of lay.
In 1/4 liter of water, 10 drops of SERIFEROL are mixed and made available to the birds in drinkers, for two days a week.
For larger amounts, mix the contents of the 150 ml container cap (8 ml) in 4 liters of water. The water thus prepared should not be stored for more than 24 hours.
From 4 to 6 drops for 100 g of pasta.
For larger quantities, a 150 ml bottle stopper for 4 kg of pasta .
Target species: Canaries, goldfinches, linnets, nymphs, lovebirds and pigeons.
Composition: ingredients: Propylene glycol 13.3%; Sucrose 2%.
Additives (composition per 100ml): Vitamin E 2 g.
Available in 15 ml and 150 ml bottles.