Poultry Spice Mix
Optimize The Growth, Health & Performance Of Your Flock
INGREDIENTS: Aniseed, Fenugreek, Garlic, Ginger, Mustard Seed, Turmeric + 1% Cracked Black Pepper
Just one teaspoon (5g) provides essential vitamins & minerals (7-10 hens) including Iron, Manganese, B6, Magnesium, Phosphorus, Potassium & Selenium
Fenugreek Fenugreek seeds have lots of mucilage, which soothes gastrointestinal inflammation by protecting the stomach and intestinal linings. Rich in protein, copper, magnesium, manganese, iron, and dietary fibre.
Ginger Supports the immune system, alleviates congestion and is a powerful anti-inflammatory and antiviral. Stress reliever, appetite stimulant, antioxidant. Ginger has also been studied as a dietary supplement for laying hens and it has been determined that adding dried ginger in a .1% ratio (1 gram per kilogram of feed) to layer feed results in greater layer performance, larger eggs and a higher level of antioxidant in the eggs.
Garlic is a nutrition powerhouse. It boosts the immune system, increases respiratory health and is also thought to repel mites, lice, ticks and other parasites. Garlic is a natural wormer and reduces the smell of chicken manure in flocks fed garlic regularly. Laying stimulant, anti-fungal, benefits circulatory and respiratory system, relieves diarrhea.
Turmeric Aids in digestion and helps maintain healthy skin, eyes and brain functions. It’s a powerful antioxidant and antiviral, which helps boost the immune system. The National Institute of Health even suggests that adding turmeric as a dietary supplement can increase resistance to avian necrotic enteritis.
Cracked Black Pepper (1%) It is an anti-inflammatory, antibacterial and works as an antioxidant, helping to flush toxins from the body. It also helps with the absorption of nutrients in other foods eaten. Other properties include benefiting respiratory system health and quieting coughs. Since chickens are susceptible to respiratory issues, a little black pepper can be extremely beneficial to them.
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