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What is the best tonic/vitamin for
my new birds as i have got them from a livestock auction or will sugar water do as a pick me up
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Poly Vi Sol (NO iron). 2-3 drops orally per chick. You can find it in the baby section at stores like Walmart.

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Poly Vi Sol (NO iron). 2-3 drops orally per chick. You can find it in the baby section at stores like Walmart.
sorry should have said
point of lay birds not chicks
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I've read that a bit of honey in water can help or a bit of gatorade (if you can't get to the shops anytime soon)

 

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What is the best tonic/vitamin for
my new birds as i have got them from a livestock auction or will sugar water do as a pick me up
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what do people use after auction/transport stress
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Vitamin supplements / electrolytes will help boost their immune system and thus protect against any opportunistic organism that may cause sickness.

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