Breeding Aid contains a blend of essential Fatty Acids (including Oleic and Linoleic Acids) that are used in the production of eggs and the growth of embryos. Most seeds have a low level of these essential Fatty Acids and hen birds rapidly deplete their body stores resulting in reduced breeding results.
To increase the potency of the Breeding Aid, the oil blend is also fortified with stabilised Vitamins A, D and E.
Notes: Breeding Aid is particularly useful in smaller birds, which have large clutches or multiple clutch in a season, such as Budgies, Finches and Canaries. The Breeding Aid replenishes the fatty acids necessary for normal egg production and good hatchability.Breeding Aid may be used in conjunction with other vitamins, minerals, tonics and medications.
Directions: – 20 mL per Kg of seed.
Add the required amount of Breeding Aid to seed and mix well to ensure an even spread of the oil. Leave the seed for 24 hours before feeding to the birds, (it takes some hours for the oil to penetrate through to the seed kernel).
Store the supplemented seed in a cool place and do not prepare more than will be eaten in about 3 days.
In fussy eaters it may be necessary to start with smaller amounts (5 – 10 mLs per Kg) to introduce the birds to the fully supplemented seed.