Size : 250 gm
BREEDING BIRD NUTRITION Wild birds breed when the food quality is best for rearing chicks successfully. Mimicking wild diets can improve the breeding results for your birds. Good nutrition for successful breeding is very important. Calcium for breeding - crucial for egg production and young chicks Calcium is vital during the breeding season, especially during the egg laying process.Cal Max Super ON FOOD Powder provide highly bio available forms of calcium which birds can absorb easily. When egg laying commences increase Cal Max Super to five times a week. Birds require extra calcium to make good quality egg shells. As most birds only carry enough calcium stored in their bones to make about three eggs Cal Max Super normally increases clutch sizes, good shell quality and minimizes stress on your birds. Young birds require plenty of calcium for strong bone formation and efficient nerve and muscle function. Insufficient calcium can lead to young birds having trouble flying and perching properly. Cal Max Super should be continued through the breeding season at the five times a week rate to maintain their natural reserves of this precious mineral. In very hard water areas it may be possible to use Cal Max Super at lower application rates or less frequently. Directions for use:- 4 gm twice a week per 100 gm egg food or per 250 ml drinking water. Before and during the breeding season:- 8 gm daily per 100 gm egg food or per 250 ml drinking water. In case of a calcium deficiency:- 12 gm daily per 100 gm egg food or per 250 ml drinking water.