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E-Coli, Paratyphoid , Streptococcus, Staphylococcus and bacterial infections in general.

 10.09 16.47

Combi mix 4 in 1 is very suitable for the treatment of trichomonades, hexamites, coccidiosis, and mucus in the throat.

 10.09 15.55

These secondary infections infections put stress on their already overtaxed immune system and interfere with the healing process.

 10.09 16.47

Canker (trichomoniasis, hexamitasis), paratyphoid, E-coli and bacterial infections in general.

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This mix contains a combination of active components that are effective against the Adeno/E-coli syndrome and Coccidiosis.

 10.09 11.01

Multitivit-mix is a special mixture of hydrosoluble vitamins and glucose

 10.09 16.47

Picking of feathers, scratching head, red throat, yawning, inflamed third eyelid (especially in young pigeons), dirty noses, blue flesh, swollen heads, one eye cold, wet eyes, snot.

 10.09 16.47

That's why this mix contains several active ingredients.

 10.09 16.47

During the racing season regular treatments for these infections are necessary.

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Tricho Magic is a product that is specially effective against infections caused by trichomonades and hexamites in pigeons.

 10.09 15.14

Hair -and roundworm infestations in pigeons (Capilarias spp and Ascaridia spp)

 10.96

Indication: Adeno/E-coli syndrome, Paratyphus and Coccidiosis. Combination tablet for oral individual treatment of Adeno/E-coli Syndrome, Paratyphus and Coccidiosis in pigeons.

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CCIE tablet: Combined oral treatment for coccidiosis, canker, irritation of the mucous membrane. Internal- and external parasites in homing pigeons.

 10.55

Coccitabs, which are used for treating coccidiosis individually in pigeons, are preventive and healing alike!  

 10.05

Indication: Bacterial infections of the gastrointestinal tract (e.g. E-coli or Salmonella). Combination tablet for oral treatment of bacterial infections of the gastrointestinal tract (e.g. E-coli or Salmonella) in pigeons. Symptoms: The E-coli bacterium is always present in the gastrointestinal tract of healthy birds and may therefore be considered as a normal inhabitant of the gut [...]