Wisbroek VitaPro E+Se
Before: Avis Cibum VitaPro E+Se
Wisbroek VitaPro E + SE is a liquid vitamin that is given with the drinking water. It is specially developed for breeding birds to stimulate fertility and for young birds to support the immune system.
How does it work?
Your birds may need a little extra vitamins at certain times of year. In the winter, for example, they need sufficient resistance to be in top condition for the breeding season in the spring. That is why it is important to give extra vitamins before the breeding season starts, so that the birds are completely ready for it.
Vitamin E with selenium (SE) is often called the fertility vitamin. It stimulates the fertility of the bird because of its effect on the increased load of the birds during the breeding season. Vitamin E + SE also acts as an antioxidant, promoting metabolism and protecting body cells. It also has a beneficial effect on the muscle function and nervous system.
Wisbroek VitaPro E + SE is fully water soluble.
Advice for use
To support the birds during the breeding season, you can start administering the product about 3 to 6 weeks before the breeding season. Add 1 to 2 ml of Wisbroek VitaPro E + SE per litre of drinking water.
Please note: Stop the application as soon as the breeding season begins.
Important: Never give it in pure form to your bird.
Who is it suitable for?
Wisbroek VitaPro E + SE is a vitamin for insect-eating birds, parrots and parakeets, amongst others.
Wisbroek VitaPro E+Se
Avis Cibum VitaPro E+Se
Propylene glycol (Propane-1,2-diol), sodium chloride.
|Vitamin E (3a700)||200.000 mg/l|
|Selenium (E8)||200 mg/l|
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.
The high diversity in raw materials makes our Wisbroek food a perfect balanced recipe for birds.
In our Wisbroek food we include natural ingredients that birds eat in the wild.
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