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NEW DATED VACCINES NOW IN STOCK!!

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NEW DATED VACCINES NOW IN STOCK!!

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The Moult season and which products to use

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The Moult season and which products to use

Moult is the period that all pigeons start changing their feathers, this starts in August and ends Mid November. A pigeon needs about 160 to 170 days to completely Moult, for a perfect Moult we first ensure good basic health, so you need to make sure your birds are not suffering from Tricho, Cocci and Worms. If your pigeons are ill they will not Moult easily. The following products are beneficial during the moult season MEDICHOL, CALCIUM SOLUBLE POWDER, WHEATGERM OIL Also make sure that all birds are vaccinated against paramyxo this appears more frequently during Autumn and Winter. Contact...

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Colombovac PMV Vaccine

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Colombovac PMV Vaccine

What is it? Colombovac contains inactivated Newcastle disease virus strain La Sota.   What is it used for? For active immunisations of pigeons to reduce mortality and clinical signs due to paramyxovirus type 1 infection. Onset of full immunity; one month after innoculation. Duration of immunity; 12 months. Do not use in birds in lay or within 4 weeks before the onset of the laying period. Dose; 0.2ml per pigeon subcutaneously. Dorsally in the neck in the direction of the back. All birds in the loft should be given one vaccination annually not less than 14 days before the beginning of...

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Paramyxovirus infections - What do we know and how can we treat it?

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Paramyxovirus infections - What do we know and how can we treat it?

Paramyxovirus infection occurs in pigeons as an acute disease, taking an epidemic course. Pathogen: The paramyxovirus is related to the Newcastle disease pathogen, but not identical. The virus is highly pathogenic for pigeons, but not for other domestic bird species. Course of the disease: Within just a few days of infection, both visibly and latently affected birds shed the virus in secretions from the conjunctiva, nose and throat, as well as in the faeces. The incubation period ranges from 3 to 21 days. Up to 30% of affected pigeons may recover spontaneously after around 4 weeks of illness. Symptoms of...

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Can You Use CBD Oil for your Pigeons?

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Can You Use CBD Oil for your Pigeons?

  Can we Use CBD Oil for our pigeons?   What is CBD Oil?   CBD oil comes from the Cannabis sativa plant, and it’s extracted for its wide range of nutritional benefits. While this is the same cannabis known commonly as marijuana, a different version exists – hemp. In order to be legally farmed, hemp cannot contain more than 0.3% THC, the compound that caused a high. Thus, CBD products for birds (and all animals) are made out of hemp. Hemp is a miraculous plant, used in textiles, construction, and of course, nutrition. Your birds can even eat hemp seeds much...

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