A combination of Fosfomycin calcium, Tylosin tartrate and
Fructose, with Bromhexine, Multivitamins and Electrolytes.
A broad spectrum antibiotic, especially for Mycoplasma
In pigeons, however, mycoplasmosis probably only occurs when the ornithosis complex is present in the loft. Respiratory disorders are common in racing pigeons during the racing season, often in combination with conjunctivitis, an inflammation of the mucous membrane of the eye. Snot is often referred to as coryza, whereby snot is only a clinical concept with the pigeons, whereby it can be visibly observed that the pigeons are sick.
Dosage: 1.6 grams per liter of water for 20 pigeons during 3 to 5 days. A level measuring spoon is 5 grams.
For Birds. Not for animals, which are for human consumption.
Storage: Dry, protected from heat and light and out of the reach of children.
Close the packaging well after use and wash your hands.
For export only.