Feed additives WeiKangXing Oral Liquid

Feed additives WeiKangXing Oral Liquid

Feed additives WeiKangXing Oral Liquid

Feed additives WeiKangXing Oral Liquid

Brief Introdction WeiKangXing WeiKangXing is can prevention and combined treatment of glandular and gastroenteritis, Mycoplasma synovialis, which can effectively reduce the incidence of gastroenteritis, improve the uniformity and vaccine im

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Brief Introdction


WeiKangXing
WeiKangXing is can prevention and combined treatment of glandular and gastroenteritis, Mycoplasma synovialis, which can effectively reduce the incidence of “gastroenteritis”, improve the uniformity and vaccine immune response.

Product Features:

Raw material composition: feed plant raw materials (Eucommia ulmoides, Codonopsis, Astragalus, Atractylodes, Zhimu, LiuShenqu, Magnolia officinalis, Tangerine peel, Poria) and other Chinese medicine extracts, as well as vitamins A, D, E, B and many trace elements necessary for poultry.
Note: This product is a highly concentrated water extract. After long-term storage, there will be precipitation (the ingredients are polysaccharides). Shake well before use.
 

Product Parameters:

product name: WeiKangXing
Main ingredients: Eucommia ulmoides, Codonopsis, Astragalus, Atractylodes, Zhimu, LiuShenqu.
product status: liquid
Scope of use: farmed animals
Packing: 250ml x 60 bottles/carton
Usage: 100ml medicine mix 100kg water , drink up in 2-3 hours, and use it continuously for 5 days.
Validity period: 2 years
 

Application:

1.It is used for chronic gastrointestinal and wasting diseases such as hereditary immunosuppressive diseases and gastroenteritis caused by improper feeding and management. Symptoms: poor growth of chickens, weight loss, and low feed intake. Gastroenteritis can be seen on anatomy. Large, bleeding, ulcers, and finger pressure can cause serous fluid to flow out.
2.used for the comprehensive prevention and control of “Mycoplasma synovialis” complicated by immunosuppressive diseases.
3. The chicks are used for 5 consecutive days, 10 days apart, and 2 consecutive courses of treatment, which can effectively reduce the incidence of “gastroenteritis” .

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