Primary Species:

American Helmet, American King, Bald Head Roller, Bokhara Trumpeter, Carneau, Chinese Owl, Classic Old Frill, Cropper & Pouter, English Carrier, English Trumpeter, Fantail, Frillback, German Beauty Homer, Giant Homer, Giant Runt, Helmet, Indian Fantail, Jacobin, Lahore, Modena, Nun, Old German Owl, Oriental Frill, Parlor Roller, Polish Breeds, Racing Homer, Roller, Serephim, Show Racer, Swallow, Toy Modena, Tumbler, Turbit

Ropa-B BOOSTER ‘All in One’ Probiotic & Prebiotic

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Ropa-B Booster is a natural additive, which maintains a strong and healthy intestinal tract stimulating digestive and immune functions of pigeons. Its active ingredients are unique, improving the immune system by enhancing the antibody response – making the birds less susceptible to disease – and the wide variety of lactobacilli aiding digestion, helping them to make better use of their feed.

The soy meal used for LactoBOOST’s production not only provides a rich source of protein but the fermentation process also unlocks valuable amino acids meaning less energy is required by the bird for digestion – a significant benefit to aiding post race recovery.

LactoBOOST is particularly beneficial when used to re-establish the intestinal flora following antibiotic use or vaccinations.

When fed prior to racing, the strengthening of the bacterial flora in the digestive tract enables the bird to cope better with the stress of transport and reduces the potential risk of infections from mixing with other birds. The recovery period post racing is also shortened.

Since the product is entirely natural, there is no danger of a build-up of resistance or overdosing.

General Use: 4 grams per kilo/2.2lbs. of feed 3 times per week.

Post-antibiotic and vaccination use: 8 grams per kilo/2.2lbs. for 5 days.

Pre-Racing: 4 grams per kilo/2.2lbs. for 3 days prior to racing.

Packaging: 180g container with a 4-gram measuring scoop.

INGREDIENTS

LactoBOOST is particularly beneficial when used to re-establish the intestinal flora following antibiotic use or vaccinations.