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Wisbroek Probiotic

Before: Avis Cibum Probioticum

Wisbroek Probiotic is a supplement that supports optimal intestinal function in birds. It ensures a healthy intestinal flora after, for example, a course of antibiotics or in stress situations.

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How does it work?

It is important that birds have a healthy intestinal flora. Wisbroek Probiotic supports intestinal functions and aids recovery in the following situations:

After a worm or antibiotic treatment

In stress situations

Thin and watery stools

With poor condition and feed intake

Advice for use

Use 5 grams of Probiotic per kg of food. Give this for 3 days and then twice a week. It can be used as a maintenance dose or as a preventative measure.

Who is it suitable for?

Wisbroek Probiotic is suitable for all birds.

Wisbroek Probiotic

was previously

Avis Cibum Probioticum

Avis Cibum continued under the wings of Wisbroek in early 2022. The supplements are a nice addition to Wisbroek’s existing range. We are working closely with the founders of Avis Cibum to further optimise current products and develop several new ones. The range of supplements will therefore continue to expand under the name Wisbroek!

Composition

Sodium chloride, maize, seaweed extract.

Analytic constituents

Moisture 10,9%
Ash 14,0%
Oil & fat 2,6%
Fibre 1,3%
Protein 4,6%
Lysine 11,6%
Methionine 0%
Sodium 0%

Additives

Technical additives
Lactobacillus acidophilus 45.000 million CFU/kg
Saccharomyces cerevisiae SC47 125.000 million CFU/kg

Disclaimer: Wisbroek is continuously working on an optimal composition of the various feed types. Mentioned values may therefore deviate from the actual product. See the label on the package for the exact composition.

High diversity

The high diversity in raw materials makes our Wisbroek food a perfect balanced recipe for birds. 

Natural ingredients

In our Wisbroek food we include natural ingredients that birds eat in the wild.  

Worldwide fed by zoos 

Zoos around the world have been recommending our food and feeding it to their birds for years.

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