VITA-RAPTOR

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$11.95
Brand:
Provital
SKU:
RVR
Weight:
4.00 Ounces
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Calculated at checkout
Availability:
5 to 10 DAYS

Product Description

Hawks, Falcons, Owls, Eagles, a multi vitamin blend, a birds of prey nutritional supplement.

PRO-VITAL High quality vitamins for vitamin deficiency in hawks, falcons, eagles, owls supplement in a Dextrin blend Supplement for Birds of Prey

USES:

1. WHEN EVER THERE IS A NEED OF MULTI-VITAMINS IN THE DIET

2. WHEN LEVELS OF VITAMINS ARE NEEDED FOR HEALTH MAINTENANCE

3. FOR THOSE LOOKING FOR A SIMPLE PRODUCT THAT CONTAINS VITAMINS ONLY

 

High quality Multi-Vitamins for Falcons, Hawks, Owls. Use as a vitamin supplement for all birds of prey. Can be used during breeding or for manitenance.

PRO-VITAL 113.5g 4oz             -    Competitors 3.5oz 100g 

PRO-VITAL 227g 8 oz               -    Competitors 11oz 300g 

PRO-VITAL 454g 16 oz (1 lb)    -    Competitors NOT AVAILABLE

PRO-VITAL 800g 28.2oz 1.76lb -   Competitors NOT AVAILABLE

REMEMBER, VITAMINS ARE VITAMINS. VITAMINS ARE NOT THE ONLY INGREDIENT NEEDED FOR HEALTH MAINTENANCE, BREEDING, MOULTING OR SPORTS. MANY VITAMINS DO NOT FUNCTION PROPERLY WHEN CERTAIN MINERALS AND OTHER FACTORS ARE NOT INCLUDED.

CONTRARY TO POPULAR BELIEF, NOT ALL PRODUCTS ARE CREATED EQUAL.

CAPTIVE RAPTORS NEED SUPPLEMENTS, FALCONRY EVOLVES NEW TECHNIQUES AND EQUIPMENT, IT ALSO EVOLVES NUTRITIONAL KNOWLEDGE.

WE ARE NO LONGER IN THE MIDDLE AGES!

 WILL NOT STAIN YOUR BIRDS LEGS OR CERE YELLOW.

WE DO NOT USE ETHOXYQUIN AS A PRESERVATIVE THIS CHEMICAL MAY BE HARMFUL TO BIRDS. (AN HERBICIDE)

WE USE VITAMIN C & E AS PRESERVATIVES

THIS PRODUCT IS TO SUPPLY THE NECESSARY VITAMINS THAT BIRDS NEED.

This product is a fine powder that adheres very well to the food when applied.

Sprinkle like if you were seasoning your own food with salt & pepper

COMPARE LABELS & CHOOSE!

 

FOR BEST RESULTS SPRINKLE DAILY ON FOOD
USE FOR: MAINTENANCE
DOSAGE: Sprinkle food with approximately 10 g of VITA-RAPTOR per 200 grams of body weight per day. Use daily. Amount can be increased, or decreased. (Variable dose). Can be increased up to 30%. Begin feeding for at least one month prior to desire effect (loading period). Begin the first feedings with 1/4 of the amount mentioned, to accustom taste. Can be fed all year. ALWAYS MAINTAIN A BALANCED DIET
STORAGE: Cool dry area, keep moisture free pouch SEALED.
INGREDIENTS
Maltodextrin, Glucose, Vitamins. Preserved with vitamin C and vitamin E

GUARANTEED MINIMAL ANALYSIS

 

Vitamin A------2,500,000.00 IU/kg Biotin----------------30,000 mcg/kg
Vitamin E ----------1,800.00 IU/kg  Pyridoxine---------------500 mg/kg
Vitamin C------------18,500 mg/kg  Folic Acid--------------- 250 mg/kg
Vitamin D3-----------85,000 IU/kg  Menadione-------------- 150 mg/kg
Vitamin B12--------20,000 mcg/kg  Thiamine----------------800 mg/kg
Riboflavin-------------1,000 mg/kg  D-Pantothenic Acid—-1,500 mg/kg
Niacin---------------- 12,000mg/kg

 

Fat Soluble Vitamins
Vitamin A Decreased egg production, weakness and lack of growth
Vitamin D Thin shelled eggs, reduced egg production, retarded growth, rickets
Vitamin E Enlarged hocks, encephalomalacia (crazy chick disease)
Vitamin K Prolonged blood clotting, intramuscular bleeding
 



Water Soluble Vitamins
Thiamine (B1) Loss of appetite and death
Riboflavin (B2) Curly-toe paralysis, poor growth and poor egg production
Pantothenic Acid Dermatitis and lesions on mouth and feet
Niacin Bowed legs, inflammation of tongue and mouth cavity
Choline Poor growth, fatty liver, decreased egg production
Vitamin B12 Anaemia, poor growth, embryonic mortality
Folic Acid Poor growth, anaemia, poor feathering and egg production
Biotin Dermatitis on feet and around eyes and beak
 

Minerals are also important to the health and well-being of poultry. The following are some of the important minerals and symptoms of mineral deficiencies:

Minerals
Calcium Poor egg shell quality and poor hatchability, rickets
Phosphorus Rickets, poor egg shell quality and hatchability
Magnesium Sudden death
Manganese Perosis, poor hatchability
Iron Anaemia
Copper Anaemia
Iodine Goitre
Zinc Poor feathering, short bones
Cobalt Slow growth, mortality, reduced hatchability