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i heard a rumor that you can give your birds cordial to preform better with their breeding

 

 

 

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Not entirely true. Raspberry Cordial has long been rumoured to aid the stomach. Recent studies are now showing that raspberry cordial (minimum of 20% real raspberry juice, preferably higher) does in fact have anti-biotic properties. It basically keeps the GI tract healthy. Of course birds with GI problems will breed better if you take care of the sickness. Any sick birds breed better healthy lol.

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I agree with Dean. Its about intestinal health not to do with breeding.

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Back in the eighties this was the fad. As far as I am aware it came about through trials done within the pig industry.

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Use the forum search function for raspberry cordial and you will find many topics on here all about it.

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Yes it purportedly helps with worm control and I used it a lot in my first year but as my focus on bird well-fare has developed I now am more inclined to use apple cider vinegar, S76 and an annual Worm treatment as preventative measures. B)

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okay

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Yes it purportedly helps with worm control and I used it a lot in my first year but as my focus on bird well-fare has developed I now am more inclined to use apple cider vinegar, S76 and an annual Worm treatment as preventative measures. B)

Whoi told you it helps with worms Renee. it doesnt.

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Yes it purportedly helps with worm control and I used it a lot in my first year but as my focus on bird well-fare has developed I now am more inclined to use apple cider vinegar, S76 and an annual Worm treatment as preventative measures. :)

Whoi told you it helps with worms Renee. it doesnt.

Ahhhhh so that's another of those 'myths' I was told as a Beginner! B)

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I agree, no good for worms.

I use it sometimes when the birds might be under stress conditions or if a sick bird needs a boost of energy etc

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