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Soluvet is a soluble vitamin supplement for all species of birds. It can be used in water or added to foods. Using high quality water soluble vitamins, Soluvet supplies essential vitamins in a palatable form. Where homemade hand rearing mixes or soft food mixes are made, Soluvet is an ideal additive to balance the nutrition of the feed. Soluvet may also be given to sick birds to aid in recovery. Soluvet is recommended for all birds on seed diets for use in vitamin deficiencies or in stressful conditions. Soluvet can also be used as an in water vitamin supplement in all small mammals and reptiles. Soluvet should be used in conjunction with a trace mineral supplement (e.g. TRACEMIN) and a calcium supplement (e.g. CALCIVET or D NUTRICAL), for birds on seed diets. DIRECTIONS: Add 4 grams to 400mL of water or sprinkle 1 gram over 1 cup of soaked seed or greens. Young birds should have daily Soluvet until they go through their first moult. After moulting thrice weekly is adequate. Breeding birds should be started on Soluvet 4-6 weeks prior to egg laying so that optimum vitamin levels are put into the eggs. Continue daily Soluvet until young are fledged. Birds in hospital cages and under quarantine should have daily Soluvet to aid in the recovery from disease and stress. ACTIVE INGREDIENTS: Vitamins A, D3, E, K, Niacin, Pantothenic Acid, Riboflavin, Thiamine, Pyridoxine, Cyanocobalamin(B12), Folic Acid, Choline Bitartrate, Biotin and Iodine. SIZES: 100g Also available as a liquid. See separate listing.
Ratings & Reviews
by r shackles
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using for show rabbits . keeps the healthy
Love this procuct for helping to keep my birds healthy.
I give this vitamin mix in my hens food once a week. It keeps them healthy.
Giving my chooks a winter boost
From Waubra, Victoria
I have been adding this to the water 3 times a week to ensure my birds do not contract any nasty colds over winter. When mixing though you need to dissolve it in hot water as it goes very hard in luke warm to cold water. Very yellow in colour but the birds do not seem to mind. Thank you