7000 G-spirits Marathon (racing long distance)

7000 G-spirits Marathon (racing long distance)

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Complete mixture, including vitamins and minerals. supplemented with vegetable oils and lecithin. Very suitable for the marathon and long-distance.
*This product is also available without hempseed for export purposes.

Feeding advice:
• General
G-spirits feeds should be fed regularly year-round in order to build up and maintain the pigeons’ resistance. Super healthy pigeons won’t become sick. The whole g-spirits feeding schedule is also suitable for young pigeons, cocks and widow hens. Preferably give no supplements. Support with or choose only for medical treatment if there’s something really wrong with the pigeons.
• Moulting
give from the time moulting begins until the final new feather is half-grown 7003 g-spirits moulting
• Resting
give 7004 g-spirits resting during the resting period. Vary the amounts if the temperature indicates to do so
• Breeding
give breeding pigeons 7004 g-spirits resting until the young have just hatched. Afterwards, give 7002 g-spirits breeding and increase the amount of feed with 20 – 30% feed the breeders after the weaning until the beginning of the moulting period 7004 g-spirits resting feed the squabs from the time of weaning on 7002 g-spirits breeding. Increase the amount during the winter or extreme cold pigeons shouldn’t be underfed, but they should be able to ingest all ingredients easily
• Racing
switch over to 7001 g-spirits sprint when the fledgelings begin flying and adjust the amount to the intensity of the training a pigeon eats an average of 30g of feed per day: a bit less during very warm weather, a bit more during very cold weather adjust the amount of feed if there’s reason to. Feed widow hens more sparingly, if desired, with 5311 pigeonbarley make sure widow hens which won’t be racing get 7004 g-spirits resting. Don’t give them too much feed with g-spirits there should be a bit more feed given in the beginning and then gradually decrease the amount. If desired, give pigeons going on longer or more difficult flights a full feeding beforehand. 

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Analytical constituents/kg:
crude protein 14,0 %, crude fat 10,8 %, crude fiber 6,7 %, crude ash 3,3 %, calcium 2,97 g, phosphorus 4,23 g, sodium 0,8 g

Addition/kg Vitamins:
3a672a Vitamin(e) A 3749 IE, 3a671 Vitamin(e) D3 750 IE, 3a700 Vitamin(e) E 110 mg

Addition/kg Traces:
copper (3b413 Cu-chelate of glycine hydrate) 3 mg, zinc (3b607 Zn-chelate of glycine hydrate) 12 mg, manganese (3b506 Mn-chelate of glycine hydrate) 24 mg, iron (3b103 Fe-sulphate, monohydrate) 17 mg, selenium (3b8.12 Se-organic CNCM 1-3399) 0.04 mg