Vitamins and supplements for quails

Discussion in 'Quail' started by quailmann, Nov 11, 2014.

  1. quailmann

    quailmann Out Of The Brooder

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    Hi everyone


    i was thinking of vitamins and supplements for quails and have the following easily accessible.
    Can someone knowledgeable tell me how i should use them and in what schedule (how many times a week)
    Also comparatively which brands are the best?
    I want to have the birds healthy as they get only 22% protein and im not familiar with mixing my own feed so i thought i can give them the extra amino acids with the following supplements

    CHICKTONIC

    http://www.biovita.com.tr/chicktonic_eng.html

    Oral Solution/ Feed Additive- Premix
    COMPOSITION
    Each liter contains;
    Vitamin A 2.500.000 IU
    Vitamin D3 500.000 IU
    Vitamin E 3.750 mg
    Vitamin B1 3.500 mg
    Vitamin B2 4.000 mg
    Vitamin B6 2.000 mg
    Vitamin B12 10 mg
    Pantothenic acid 15.000mg
    Vitamin K3 250 mg
    Cholin 400 mg
    D,L-Methionine 5.000 mg
    L-Lysine 2.500 mg
    L-Threonine 500 mg
    L-Tryptophane 75 mg
    Inositol 2.5 mg
    Histidine 900 mg
    Arginine 490 mg
    Aspartic acid 1.450 mg
    Serine 680 mg
    Glutamic acid 1.160 mg
    Proline 510 mg
    Glicine 575 mg
    Alanine 975 mg
    Cystine 150 mg
    Valine 1.100 mg
    Leucine 1.500 mg
    Isoleucine 125 mg
    Tyrosine 340 mg
    Phenylalanine 810 mg
    Biotin 2 mg


    Vit SP Total

    http://www.spveterinaria.net/products/view/155/vit_sp_total

    Vitamin A

    800,000 I.U.
    Vitamin D3

    150,000 I.U.
    Vitamin E

    100 mg.
    Vitamin B1

    50 mg.
    Vitamin B2

    50 mg.
    Vitamin B6

    20 mg.
    Vitamin B12

    0.8 mg.
    Vitamin C

    500 mg.
    Vitamin K3

    200 mg.
    Folic acid

    5 mg.
    Nicotinic acid

    600 mg.
    Methionine

    700 mg.
    Lysine

    600 mg.
    Tryptophan

    250 mg.
    Threonine

    250 mg.
    Vegetal aminoacids complex (Aspartic acid, Threonine, Serine, Glutamic acid, Proline, Glycine, Alanine, Cystine, Methionine, Isoleucine, Leucine, Phenylalanine, Tyrosine, Lysine, Hystidine, Arginine, Tryptophan)

    400 mg.
    Minerals complex (Manganese, Zinc, Iron, Cooper,Cobalt)

    110 mg.
    Excipient to

    100 g

    G-PROmin

    http://www.poulvet.com/vetproducts/medicine_detail.php?mediid=621

    Methionine activity (MHA) 127 g
    Choline chloride 63.125 g
    Lysine Hydrochioride 63.125 g
    Sodium 459 mg
    Phosphorus 154.16 mg
    Magnesium 215.7 mg
    Ferrous (Iron) 223.4 mg
    Copper 158.8 mg
    Cobalt 206.25 mg
    Manganese 384.55 mg

    Mixoligo Plus

    Per L: Phosphorus 140 g expressed as P205 320 g; calcium 20 g; magnesium 10 g; manganese 2,500 mg; zinc 2,500 mg; iron 2,500 mg; copper 500 mg; cobalt 50 mg; selenium 20 mg.
     
  2. Sill

    Sill Chillin' With My Peeps

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    Be careful feeding supplements. The fat soluble vitamins can build up in their systems to toxic levels if over-fed. A, E, D and K are all fat soluble vitamins. If you are feeding a "complete" feed and you want to up the protein you are better off feeding something that will not artificially increase the fat soluble vitamins. You can just add soy bean meal if your feed store will order it for you or ground dehydrated meal worms.
     
  3. quailmann

    quailmann Out Of The Brooder

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    Hi Sill,

    Thank you for your reply. In order to be safe, can you give me a schedule and name some brands from above. Ex: vit sp total - once a week, g pro min - twice a week

    Also should i mix soy bean meal so that protein % is at 27% approx or what should the mixing proportion be?

    Sorry for the many questions :)
     
  4. jaybeeson18

    jaybeeson18 Out Of The Brooder

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    Cat biscuits fish flavoured are a high protein. Add that to some corn mashed up you can also give wet cat food mixed in fish flavoured. Meal worms as well and chicken layers pellets mashed up. No need for tablets
     

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