The Good Oil for Birds is an Omega-3 & 6 supplement for improve the health of birds and their eggs. Supplies the Omega-3 & 6 Essential Fatty Acids that are deficient in most seed mixes. Enhances breeding performance by assisting with egg production, chick growth & immunity. Contains fat soluble Vitamins including A, D3 & E.
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A supplement containing essential fatty acids to improve the health of birds and their eggs. What are essential fatty acids (EFAs)? EFAs are the omega 3 & 6 components of fat that cannot be synthesized by the body and must therefore be supplied in the diet. Eggs contain over 25% unsaturated fat composed of oleic, omega 3 and omega 6 fatty acids. Seed mixes alone do not provide the EFAs that breeding birds require so dietary supplementation is important for improved breeding success. The Good Oil contains the following EFAs and fat-soluble vitamins: Omega 3 & 6 fatty acids which are essential for egg-laying, chick growth and immunity. Vitamin A for cell development in the embryo. Vitamin D3 for absorption of calcium, bone growth and eggshell formation. Vitamin E which is an antioxidant and helps maintain cell membranes.
|Oleic Acid (omega 9)||380 g/litre|
|Linoleic Acid (omega 6)||350 g/litre|
|α-linolenic Acid (omega 3)||130 g/litre|
|EPA (omega 3)||15 g/litre|
|DHA (omega 3)||6 g/litre|
|Vitamin A||15 mg/litre|
|Vitamin D3||1 mg/litre|
|Vitamin E||2 g/litre|
Dosage: Mix 15mL of The Good Oil for Birds per kg of seed. Let mix stand at least 4 hours at room temperature before feeding. This ensures that the oil soaks into the kernel of the seed.
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