Vitamins, how much is too much?

Amanda39

Chirping
5 Years
Apr 14, 2014
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White Lake, Michigan
In anticipation of the arrival of my 6 goslings and 1 duckling, I am beginning to prepare their food and vitamin nutrition. For their dry food, I bought this... http://www.efowl.com/Organic_Duck_Starter_Feed_p/4009.htm Organic Duck starter feed.

I have been reading others posting about losing babies recently du e to them not wanting to drink/eat as much as the others, so I bought some of this too... http://www.efowl.com/GroGel_Plus_B_p/304-1373.htm Grow gel

I was planning to offer them the dry and the grow gel, just to make sure they are eating well, then just offer the dry. I was also reading that I should put vitamins in their water. If I add the vitamins, which kind to I add? This..... http://www.efowl.com/4_Ounce_Vital_Pak_Poultry_Vitamins_and_Electrolyte_p/304-1282.htm Vita pack.

If I offer the dry, gel and water with vitamins, could I be giving them too many vitamins? I'm assuming the baby waterfowl food has vitamins in it, I know the grow gel has GroGel Plus B gel provides nutrition and valuable hydration in baby chickens and poultry, including proteins, peptides, amino acids, carbohydrates, fats, vitamins and probiotic bacteria.

Should I still add the water vitamins, or could I give them too many vitamins?


All advice welcome, thank you!!!!
 

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