Dry feet, pale, losing weight? We often see it in junior stags and stags during summer. This is not a simple disease. This is a symptom of more serious illness. What is the cause of dry feet? The thinning of the body of junior stags and their paleness? What is the right medicine? This is all caused by infection caused by bacteria and protozoa and worms. It can also be a manifestation of malnutrition.
1. First day - Wash-Out Shampoo game fowl bath . Mix two sachets in a water jug. It kills the red mite, bugs and lice. In bathing, give the ½ CC Tape Terminator on each junior stag and ½ cc in the stags. It is a pro-active treatment to protect our game fowls from round worms and tape worms. After brushing the game fowls dry, we will inject Trisullak Anti-Microbial on the shoulder. ¼ cc of junior stags and ½ cc of stags. This is to prevent them from being infected with germs.
2. Second to third day - Pour the Pyristat Powder that we mix with drinking water (3 teaspoon per gallon of water). Pyristat is anti-malaria, anti-coccidiosis, water soluble treatment. Remember, worms and protozoa can have mixed infections. To prevent this, please give them preventive medication.
3. Fourth day - Give Doxylak Caplet ½ caplet per junior stag and 1 caplet per stag every afternoon for three days. Doxylak is an anti-biotic anti-cold runner.
4. Fifth and Sixth Days - We will inject Thiabex XS (B Complex + Liver Extract) in the wings and shoulders. In the junior stags ¼ cc we will give and the stags are ½ cc. Thiabex XS is effective in preventing anemia.
1. Respigen 15 - Junior stags 2 teaspoon per 1kg feeds. Provide for 2 days per week for 1 month. It helps boost, stimulates, increases the resistance to our game fowls.