To activate and optimise metabolism
- Contains perfectly balanced vitamins and aminoacids
- Contains Butaphosphane for specific support of metabolism and liver function
- Favorable influence on performance and mating
- Shortens time of recovery after efforts, stress or disease
- No dope, no side effects
GENERAL INFORMATION :
Multivitamin concentrate containing betaine, butaphosphan and amino acids. Designed to activate the metabolism and improve energy balance.
chevisan contains a balanced mix of vitamins, amino acids, betaine and butaphosphan.
Vitamins: The need for vitamins is particularly great during growth and feather formation and after infections, endoparasite infestation and – in particular – flying.
Amino acids: These are muscle- and tissue-protein components. They are absorbed rapidly and completely through the intestinal mucosa and ensure that muscle mass lost after a flight is restored and that the young pigeons’ growth and development are not adversely affected.
Betaine: Conserves metabolic energy, which is then available for muscle growth and flight. Betaine helps to maintain and stabilise electrolyte and water balance.
Butaphosphan: This phosphorus compound activates the metabolism. Liver function is promoted, the appetite is stimulated, and the post-flight recovery phase is shortened.
1 bottle (300ml) contains:
Vitamin D3 22,500 I.U.; Vitamin E 4,200 I.U.; Vitamin C 2,250 mg; Vitamin K3 36 mg; Vitamin B1 225 mg; Vitamin B2 150 mg; Pantothenic acid 300 mg; Vitamin B6 75 mg; Vitamin B12 1,800 µg; Nicotinamide 300 mg; Betaine 12,000 mg; Choline 3,600 mg; Biotin 750 µg; Butaphosphane 600 mg; Lysine 900 mg; Methionine 450 mg.
|When?||How often?||How much?||Yield|
|From 2 weeks before mating until the squabs are grain-fed
||Once a week
||20 ml (1 dosing head) per 2 litres of drinking water
||1 bottle (300 ml) is sufficient for 30 litres of drinking water
||Once a week
|The day after return from competition
||Once a day
20 ml (1 dosing head) per 2 litres of drinking water (daily ration for 40 pigeons).
Once a week, especially from 2 weeks before mating until the squabs are grain-fed, during moulting, during racing season: after return from competition.
Fresh solution should be prepared daily.
Do not use in food-producing animals.