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YBS - YOUNG BIRD SUPPLEMENT, THE PERFECT ALL ROUND PRODUCT

Posted by sharmila Samrai on

YBS - YOUNG BIRD SUPPLEMENT, THE PERFECT ALL ROUND PRODUCT

YBS is a Fantastic product that  helps to aid recovery of wet droppings or times of vomiting As well as crop retention. YBS is also great to use after racing your birds, it provides everything to treat DEHYDRATION from illness and also for race recovery and during HOT WEATHER. It contains Glucose, Sodium Chloride, Potasium Chloride, Sodium Bicarbonate, Ascorbic Acid, Prebiotic Powder and Multivitamins. It is essential to start treatment as soon as any of the above symptoms are seen. DOSAGE : As general protection : 2 Teaspoons to 4 Pints of water for 3 days as soon as birds...

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HOW ARE YOU LOOKING AFTER YOUR BIRDS IN THE WARM WEATHER?

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HOW ARE YOU LOOKING AFTER YOUR BIRDS IN THE WARM WEATHER?

The warmer weather will most Definitley have an effect on your birds mainly with the following problems here's a few tips on how to deal with them, Firstly, dehydration. In order to combat this give YBS as a supplement to counter the loss in essential salts & vitamins on a daily basis. Secondly the warm weather conditions are ideal for diseases like cocci, worms & mite.  We recommend the 4 in 1 to control the Cocci, Canker, worms & mite. Make sure there are no damp patches around the loft surfaces as this could lead to re-infestation with cocci &...

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Worming Your Pigeons - Why Do it & What To Use

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Worming Your Pigeons - Why Do it & What To Use

Hairworms and roundworms are widespread in pigeon flocks, whereas tapeworms are less common. These worm types live as parasites in the small intestine of pigeons. Pathogen: The hairworm, Capillaria obsignata - a very slender, hair-like parasite - infests various poultry species in addition to pigeons. Hairworm eggs become infective in the environment after 8-9 days. The pigeon roundworm, Ascaridia columbae, only occurs in pigeons. The eggs become infective in the environment after 2-3 weeks. Two types of tapeworm, Hymenolepis columbae and Raillietina columbae, infest pigeons. Their emergence is dependent on suitable intermediate hosts (snails, beetles, ants), which they require in order to develop. Pigeons only become...

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4 IN 1 LIQUID, THE TREATMENT FOR THE FOUR MOST COMMON DISEASES ( SPECIAL OFFER BUY 4 50ML BOTTLES FOR £19.99 )

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4 IN 1 LIQUID,  THE TREATMENT FOR THE FOUR MOST COMMON DISEASES ( SPECIAL OFFER  BUY 4 50ML BOTTLES FOR £19.99 )

  The four most common diseases affecting racing pigeons are: ·   Coccidiosis ·   Canker ·   Worms ·   Mite Coccidia are single celled organisms not related to bacteria, worms, fungi or viruses. All pigeons carry cocci to a lesser or greater degree. Pigeons pick up the coccidia in the form of an oocyst. This develops inside the gut and is released as sporozoites by the pigeon’s digestive tract. Sporozoites penetrate the gut wall. Inside the gut cell wall the sporozoites divide to form a merozoite, the merozoites rupture to release more which invade other gut wall cells....

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SALMONELLOSIS OR PARATYPHOID, WHAT ARE THE SYMPTOMS AND HOW TO TREAT IT

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SALMONELLOSIS OR PARATYPHOID, WHAT ARE THE SYMPTOMS AND HOW TO TREAT IT

Signs of the disease: GUT PARATYPHOID - Salmonella confined to the gut can be regarded as a true carrier of the disease as the only symptoms are mild or chronic loose droppings. When the pigeon passes droppings the Salmonella is released to infect other birds. Salmonella droppings are described as being green, smelly, bubbly and loose. Youngsters born with infection from the egg or pick it up within the first few days of life may die with acute watery diorrhea since they are not old enough for their immune system to have had a chance to build up immunity to...

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