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Fortepac Megaplus

Fortepac Megaplus
Fortepac Megaplus
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  • Brands Fortepac
  • Model 4259
6.84€

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What is fortepac plus mega-acts and how?

It is a product composed of a mixture of organic acids (lactic, formic and propionic) which demonstrated their bactericidal activity against (megabacteria) this action is enhanced by the presence of fatty acids that will keep the pH acidic throughout the entire intestinal tract and especially acid maintains the pH in the proventriculus (portion which connects the crop with the gizzard) alkalizing action avoiding having, for example, the Macrohabdus ornithogaster "megabacteria" natural reservoir of the bacteria, the breaking Megaplus Fortepac membranes of the bacteria, decreasing the number of harmful bacteria and favoring the appearance of acidophilic bacteria.

When to use Fortepac Megaplus?

Being non-corrosive and non-volatile product can be used in birds of any age and in any state either preventively or alternately as time.

It is recommended not inferior treatments 5 days in order to strengthen the acidic condition of the intestinal tract, although its use in moulting, breeding and especially in the reception of new birds in our aviary thus recommended prepare to our birds to avoid stressful situations and excrete bacteria that could bring the outside.

The dosage is 2 ml / liter of water for 7-10 days, not to exceed the recommended dose and then manage FORTEPAC-B + K (2 ml per liter of water for 5 days).

No adverse effects on the health of our animals to be neither an antibiotic or an antifungal.

INDICATIONS:

Animals under stress, malnutrition, prevention of bacterial infections especially to megabacterias, bowel dysfunction, diarrhea etc  

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