Vitaminum E for pigeons
Water soluble nutrient
Properties and action:
plays important role in animal’s organism. It regulates carbohydrate
and glicopen metabolism, gonads development, hormone conversions (it
influences neurohypophysis and hypothalamus activity), stimulates
antibodies production, acts antitoxically in cell components
metabolism, prevents degenerative changes in muscles and liver. It
exhibits strong antioxidant action through stabilising cell
membranes’ phospholipides and enzymes prone to oxidisation. It also
stimulates reproductive system functions: fertility, growth and
development of egg cells, proper performance and quanity of
spermatozoid, fertilization and egg hatching percentage, high embryo
survival rate. It closely cooperates with selenium.
The preparation may be applied in
pigeons in case of vitamin E deficiency conditions. The vitamin is
indispensable for maintenance of physiological efficiency of
muscles, blood vessels, epithelial layer, mucosa, placenta and
liver. As biological antioxidant, it protects cells from peroxides.
It plays vital role in structure of biological membranes. In case of
vitamin E deficiency, nervous and muscular cell membranes become
labile and can be easily damaged (intercellular digestion,
autolysis). It is the primary cause of encephalomalacia, higher
vessel permeatability, muscle degeneration, necrosis, kidney, liver
and pancreas lithiasis. It stimulates hormonal system and influences
reproductive processes. Its deficiency may induce spermatogenesis
disorders and increase in unfertilized eggs rate. Vitamin E
administration is advisable in the event of effusion diathesis in
chickens, muscle digestive atrophy, and to ensure fast growth,
especially in case of intensive feeding, fat excess in feed, and
Administration and dosing:
preparation in drinking water in following
Prophylactically - 25 ml/100 l of water; the dose
may be doubled or tripled, depending on specific need.
24 months from production date.
Store in original,
well-closed containers at room temperature.
RG WETfarm 4610/op-82/99
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