GroGel™ Plus-B Supplement

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    Mar 17, 2009
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    GroGel™ Plus-B Supplement also available at along with other poultry and gamebird supplies new stuff being added


    GroGel™ Plus-B Supplement for Baby Chicks

    GroGel Plus B gets baby chicks off to a good start. Even if your chicks are not being shipped it is a good idea to
    start them off with GroGel as soon as you put them in the brooder. * One 7 gram packet is enough for 100 baby
    chickens or turkey poults, 200 pheasant chicks or ducklings, or 400 baby quail. Add 1/2 cup (100ml) to the packet
    contents and pour onto their first food source.

    *(if you are do not have 100 chicks quarter the pack and add 1/4 the water for less than 25 chicks)

    The Grogel Plus B is a hatchling supplement and attractant for day-old poultry. A dry powder when mixed with water forms a
    shiny, bright green, bite-sized gel that attracts the attention of all species of poultry. The high water content provides hydration and the
    concentrated nutrients and beneficial bacteria helps hatchlings get off to a good start.

    GroGel Plus-B is composed of the following microorganisms:

    LACTOSACILLUS ACIDOPHILUS: This is a primary Lactobacillus microorganism which according to documented
    research implants on the villi of the intestinal tract. The only member of this Lactobacillus genus known to implant. This
    microorganism during it growth phase produces lactic acid and the enzyme amylase. These strains were isolated from
    poultry and therefore are adapted to poultry. They will multiply rapidly in the poultry gut unlike other non-specific

    LACTORBACILLUS CASEI: This primary Lactobacillus enjoys a wide temperature and pH range in its growth phase.
    This microorganism complements the growth of L. acidophilus. Lactic acid is produced as well as amylase.

    BIFIDOBACTERIUM BIFIDUM: This is a very delicate microorganism found commonly in mother's milk and the intestine
    of man and animals.

    STREPTOCOCCUS FAECIUM: A beneficial Streptococcus microorganism know for its ability to produce Lactic acid in
    pH ranges similar to that of Lactobacillus casei

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