Breeding Aid provides essential fatty acids and vitamins A, D and E to aid in the development of healthy egg membranes, embryo growth, and assist birds in producing the maximum number of fertile eggs.
Breeding Aid is an essential supplement for all breeding birds.
Healthy membranes in a fertilised egg are essential if the embryo is to develop into a healthy chick. For membrane development breeding birds need access to essential fatty acids.
Breeding Aid contains essential fatty acids for membrane development, egg laying, chick growth and immunity, and Vitamin A for cell development, Vitamin D3 for calcium absorption, bone growth and egg formation and Vitamin E, an antioxidant that helps maintain cell membranes.
Breeding Aid is a must for all breeding birds fed on a seed diet and is particularly useful for smaller birds that produce a large numbers of eggs or multiple clutches.
Additional vitamin, mineral and calcium supplements are still advised for birds on seed diets.
Mix 20mL of Breeding Aid per 1kg (1 ½ fl oz. Per 5lb) of seed thoroughly by hand and allow the mixture to sit for 12 to 24 hours to maximise seed absorption.
Batches of seed can be made up to last a week, with treated seed not used in the first day being stored in the refrigerator.
Store below 30°C (room temperature) in a dry place.
3 years from the date of manufacture
Each Litre contains:
Vitamin A 200,000 IU
Vitamin D3 20,000 IU
Vitamin E 80 IU
Linoleic Acid 430 g
Palmitic Acid 52 g
Oleic Acid 11 g