Verm-X Keep-Well Pellets - A Natural Pelleted Poultry Tonic for Poultry, Ducks & Fowl. Available in 250g or 750g tube.
Keep-Well is the 100% Natural Tonic from the makers of Verm-X. It is a non-GM pelleted herbal formulation for improving and maintaining general health in all poultry and fowl.
It contains an effective blend of herbs including Ginseng and Echinacea, plus calcium, sunflower oil and seaweed meal - no chemicals and no egg withdrawal period.
Keep-Well pellets are added to your poultry’s daily feed to assist with addressing conditions such as soft shells, recuperating battery hens and pale combs, helping to maintain good, healthy, productive birds. It is also an ideal tonic to give when your birds are moulting.
Keep-Well is fed as a top dressing to your birds normal feed. It can be fed on a targeted 2 – 4 week period or fed every day throughout the year as a general tonic helping to maintain good, healthy, productive birds. Allow 14 - 28 days to improve health or can be used all year round as a general tonic.
Ingredients include: Wheat Meal, Wheatfeed Meal, Limestone Flour, Tansy, Ginseng, Nettle, Garlic, Cinnamon, Seaweed Meal, Sunflower Oil, Echinacea Purpurea, Dicalcium Phosphate.
Each bird would require 2.5g per day which would work out at 12.5g for 5 birds or 25g for 10 birds. Each pack comes with full feeding instructions and a scoop making it easy to use.
Standard delivery via courier is next working day to most mainland UK destinations for orders placed before 2pm (excl. weekends and bank holidays).
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