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Raising healthy and strong young pigeons

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Raising young pigeons

Feeding scheme

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FEED

 

 

 

 

 

 

100% Ovigor
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80% Ovigor
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100% Ovigor
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100% Ovigor
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100% Ovigor
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80% Ovigor
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100% Ovigor
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OLEJ MIX
(1 tablespoon/1 kg)

20% Ovigor
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OLEJ MIX
(1 tablespoon/1 kg)

 

20% Ovigor
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OviPremium
(1 teaspoon/1 kg)

OVIMEGA
(1 tablespoon/1 kg)

 

Drożdże Piwne
Białko+
(1 tablespoon/1 kg)

 

Oregasoil
(1 tablespoon/1 kg)

 

GARDEnMIX
(1 tablespoon/1 kg)

OVICALEN
(1 tablespoon/1 kg)

WATER

 

 

 

 

 

 

VirAut
1 ml/1 litre

Chów
(1 ml/1 litre)
VITAMIXor MULTI
(1 ml/1 litre)

Ovidachol
(1 tablespoon/1 litre)

Clean water

Echinacea
(1 teaspoon/1 litre)

Ocet jabłkowy
(1 tablespoon/1 litre)

Korapurpura tea
1 sachet/2 litres

and OVIGRIT in separate feeders; bathing in OviBad salt (1 tablespoon/5 litres of water) or OviBad liquid (2 tablespoons/5 litres of water) is also recommended. After each cleaning, sprinkle the floor and nests with Posypka Higieniczna Ovigor (disinfection), and spray the loft twice a week with OviAirFresh (at night).

Pairing is one of the most difficult periods for pigeons during the entire year. The condition on which successful pairing depends the best form of our birds. Because training is limited in the winter, pigeons – to be in a good shape – have to receive adequate food rations with the optimal set of nutrients, vitamins, minerals, micro- and macronutrients. If most hens have already laid the second egg in the loft, we should analyse what we have forgotten about during the preparation for the breeding season. The egg brooding period is the time when we can carry out any medical treatments we have forgotten about. Pigeon health also depends on the environment in which we will raise our pigeons. The right loft disinfection will ensure that diseases will pass our flock by during the breeding period. Pigeons are typical nestlings, so after the egg brooding period, squabs will hatch; they are infirm and incapable of independent life. For the first three days, their parents feed them with milk from the crop and then, after four or five days, the young pigeons are fed with a pulpy mass. The pulp is the first food with a high content of protein and fat. Its production requires extensive effort and energy. Only during the second week of life, they receive the feed found by adult pigeons in their feeders; the feed is softened in parents' crop. The young birds develop properly if they are fed with a wholesome feed. In case of poor feeding, squabs are undersized, have a disproportionate body structure, and are susceptible to diseases. The growth and development of the young birds remaining in the nest and the speed of their maturing after removal from parents' nest are very important selection criteria. The proper growth and development at a later age are concluded from signs of health and vitality.