Birds can host endo– and ectoparasites and in majority of cases they are not associated with clinical disease In captivity, in particular, this delicate host-parasite relationship can easily be disturbed and disease may result.
The day before birth and at home.1 Drop in the throat or nose hole, or 15 drops per liter of water.
Against hairworm and roundworm. To be administered in the drinking water. Doesn’t affect the feathers , but nevertheless preferably not with youngsters in the nest and during moult.
Yellow Drops are based on Acriflavin , not an antibiotic, but a disinfectant with effectivity against Trichomonas and the Bacteria of the Ornithosis complex .