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C1: Not every “soluble” supplement food for birds are for the addition in water (watersoluble). Before the purchase, the product description should be read, whether the product comply with the personal practice of the daily feeding procedure. An oil-based supplement is produced  for the addition to seed diets, pellets,  soft- or eggfood. Also in a special composition of mixtures with veggies, seeds, pellets etc. is an addition of oil- based supplement possible. If adding an oil-based supplement with water it will not combine for a long time. When shaken or stirred the mixture you will get at first an emulsion, but after a short period of time, the liquids still separate.  The water is below and the oil-based supplement is above, floating on the water, because it is less dense than water. Oil-based supplements are inter alia wheat germ oil, cod liver (fish) oil,  A-D3-E-K-concentrates, hemp-oil, vitamin E-oil, red palm oil especially for parrots, and also the wellknown BREEDING AID from Vetafarm.

Oil-based Supplement Vitamin for Birds

Question: I bought an oil-based multivitamin to  improves and stimulates fertility of my Finches. How can I administer effectively?
C2: It is recommended to use oil-based supplement as an overnight soak on seeds. Oil-based products naturally penetrate through the seed hull into the kernel. It is best to read and note the respective application description strictly. Usually, supplemented seed with oil-based products can be kept for max. 3 days in a cool place. Best daily fresh to prepare, because oil is quickly perishable, especially in warm climates.
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