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Immuno Charge? Pro Charge?

Discussion in 'Emergencies / Diseases / Injuries and Cures' started by SeaChick, Nov 13, 2007.

  1. SeaChick

    SeaChick Chillin' With My Peeps

    Apr 25, 2007
    Southern Maine
    Hi- I just ordered Avia Charge 2000 (per dlhunicorn's advice) for Penelope, to help her get her strength back after her impacted crop last weekend. (I ordered from Stromberg's, which has free shipping!)

    I noticed they had two other products that looked like they might be useful and wondered if anyone had ever used them, and what they thought of them. As I already spent $17 on the Avia Charge, I don't want to spend more unless it's really warranted! Here are the descriptions:

    Pro Charge
    An all natural performance enhancer, formulated to provide the trace minerals, vitamins, antioxidants & probiotics needed to supplement commercial feed. Help you birds improve their health, digestion and feed utilization, thereby lowering your production costs. To reduce the stress of show season, begin supplementing 4-6 weeks before show or breeding season. Top dress or mix in feed. Not water soluble. Use for cage birds, pigeons, gamebirds, chickens, ducks, geese, turkeys. Domestic poultry up to 6 lbs., Use 1/2 scoop per bird per day; birds over 6 lbs use 1 scoop per bird per day. Approximately 92 scoops per 1 lb package.
    Pro Charge 1 lb
    @ $18.95


    Immuno Charge
    Rev up you birds' "bad" bacteria fighting ability. Use Immuno Charge in the water as an adjunct for sick debilitated birds. Can be used for cage birds, pigeons,gamebirds, chickens, ducks, geese, turkeys. General dosage is 1-*2 scoops per gallon of water.
    Immuno charge 1 lb
    @ $33.95
     

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