Electrolyte-Balance helps your breeding pigeons to restore the balance.
The use of electrolytes in pigeons has been taken over from the human sports world. The use of humane products can not always be taken over easily on the animal site.
A person perspires when he is sporting and separates salt and electrolytes via his perspiration glands. Therefore athletes should regenerate this loss with the help of electrolytes. This will quickly restore the balance.
The one who simply transfers this to pigeons, however, does not forget that pigeons do not have transpiratory glands! Have you ever seen a pigeon, which returns heavily perspiring from a race?
If pigeons were to have perspiration glands, then the feathers would be guaranteed to be wet and sticky to the perspiration after a hard and strenuous flight. And as is known, pigeons with wet feathers can fly poorly. Then the evolution reacted and was so intelligent not to provide pigeons with perspiration glands.
The truth is: In racing races pigeons mainly lose weight (weight) and little electrolyte loss. The protein loss must be quickly compensated with high-dosed amino acids, such as Med. Tollyamin Forte or Sedochol Plus as well as a high-quality animal protein product, such as Immunol. Nevertheless, within the poultry sector there is a sensible use of electrolytes that are applied to chickens that lay eggs daily. Here, the administration of electrolytes is inevitable.
In the case of permanent or breeding pigeons that, over several years, annually lay several rounds of eggs and raise youngsters, the administration of electrolytes would be extremely useful. Many a breeding hen would not feel dehydrated after a few years and feel stiff, because a shortage of electrolytes during the egg formation phase compensates the breeding hen with a reduction of minerals from the own bone system. So nature has planned it, to protect the egg against possible shortages. Nature, however, could not foresee that pigeon fanciers would build pigeon lofts and breeders, just like chickens, would have eggs laid.
This is why we have dosed our new special composition 30 times higher than conventional electrolyte mixtures. The addition of Electrolyte Balance will also prevent the wetting of the litter of the youngsters, which will increase from the second breeding round. Perhaps you have ever noticed how moist the manure is in the nest of the youngsters. This moist manure is mainly caused by a different balance in the electrolytes (metabolic problem).
Breeding pigeons + racing pigeons 1 dosing spoon (10 g) on 1 liter of water.
Nest pigeons with wet manure 2 dosing paddles (20 g) on 1 liter of water.
Electrolyte-Balance helps your breeding pigeons to restore the balance. The gift of Electrolyte-Balance will also prevent wet youngsters in the nest, which occurs more frequently after the second to third breeding round.