Poly-min contains minerals that pigeons need for their metabolism every day. The poly-min is particularly rich in finely ground fossil oyster shells. These are known for the fact that, in contrast to ground limestone, the calcium dissolves in them with a delay. This has the advantage that the pigeon receives an even supply of calcium. Tests have shown that fossil oyster shells as a delayed soluble Ca source have a positive influence on animal health, well-being and performance assurance.
Another enrichment in the Poly-min is the algae lime. Above all, the richly biologically available trace elements contained in it are to be mentioned here.
Calcium gluconate, a high-quality calcium source, is also added to the poly-min.
Poly-min contains betaine as a specialty. It is a natural product made from sugar beet. Betaine is a methyl group supplier and an energy booster at the same time. Betaine unfolds osmoregulatory effects in the intestine and stabilizes it at the same time. Betaine is also known to support coccidia prophylaxis.
Poly-min has proven itself in the prevention of rickets disorders and eggshell malformations.
Sprinkle 100 mg (e.g. budgie) 500 mg (pigeon) per animal and day over the food or offer in a snack bowl. 1 level filled measuring spoon (= 5g poly-min) for 10 pigeons per day.
This mineral feed may only be fed to racing pigeons up to 10% of the daily ration because of the higher contents of vitamin A, vitamin D3 and trace elements compared to complete feed.
Oyster shells, algae lime, calcium carbonate, dicalcium phosphate, calcium sodium phosphate, calcium ciuconate, calcium magnesium carbonate, sodium chloride
Additives per 1000 g:
Vitamin A: 100,000 I.U.
Vitamin D3: 10,000 I.U.
Vitamin B1: 25 mg
Vitamin B6: 100 mg
Vitamin B12: 660 mcg
Nicotinic acid: 530 mg
Folic acid: 30 mg
Biotin: 4,000 mcg
Betaine: 4,000 mg
Zinc: 600 mg
Manganese: 500 mg
Copper: 75 mg
Iodine: 6 mg
Cobalt: 2.5 mg
Selenium: 1 mg