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Moulting

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80% Ovigor
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80% Ovigor
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90% 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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20% Ovigor
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10% Ovigor
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Pierzenie proszek
(1 tablespoon/1 kg)

20% Ovigor
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Oregasoil
(1 tablespoon/1 kg)

Pierzenie proszek
(1 tablespoon/1 kg)

 

OLEJ MIX
(1 tablespoon/1 kg)

 

PIERZENIE płyn
(1 tablespoon/1 kg)

 

Drożdże piwne
Białko+
(1 tablespoon/1 kg)

PIERZENIE płyn
(1 tablespoon/1 kg)

 

Pierzenie proszek
(1 tablespoon/1 kg)

 

 

 

 

WATER

 

 

 

 

 

 

Echinacea
1 teaspoon/1 litre

Ovidachol
1 tablespoon/1 litre

VITAMIXor MULTI
1 ml/1 litre

Echinacea
1 teaspoon/1 litre

Ovidachol
1 tablespoon/1 litre

Clean water

Eukalipsor Mint
1 tablespoon/1 litre

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).

This is a very important period in the life of racing pigeons that has a direct impact on future racing results. This process takes place virtually throughout the entire year, but the period when the pigeon loses its first flight feather is considered as the actual beginning of moulting. During this period, pigeon's body needs the proper treatment and appropriate nutrients. These include: good feed, vitamins, amino acids, minerals, and micro- and macronutrients. Feeding should be of a very high quality because pigeons have to find everything they need to rebuild new feathers. During this period, our pigeons should benefit from various moulting sheds and bathing with salt, which makes their feathers silky soft, shiny and flexible. Bathing removes dust, dandruff and epidermis, and loosens old feathers, making their shedding easier. The exchange of down feathers is also extremely important; it continues throughout the year, and the interruption of the cycle demonstrates an indisposition resulting from: fatigue, poor nutrition, poisoning, parasites or diseases. New down feathers are white, while the old ones are grey. Down feathers are exchanged more intensively after the end of primary moulting, to the least extent during mating and more intensively while brooding eggs. If you notice poorly develop flight feathers, this is fancier's fault – no pigeon's! Within several weeks, pigeons will exchange all the feathers; because it is a huge effort for such a small body, they need our help!