Daflor Complementary Feed For Racing Pigeons
Daflor Improves the condition and optimizes performance
This product was extensively tested by a team of top pigeon breeders from Belgium and abroad under the supervision of Vet. Dr. Piet Blancke and Vet. Dr. Karlo Van Rompaey, both with a specialized practice in pigeons and themselves top pigeon breeders with national, provincial and regional victories.
Daflor is a fermention extract developed following the EM-technology, based on garlic, honey and fermentive bacteria, to bring and keep pigeons in top condition and health.
- Natural Vitamins
- Lactic acid bacteria
It is therefore strongly recommended to support our pigeons in a natural way, whether in moulting, breeding, flying or resting period.
Daflor not only strengthens immunity against illness in a natural way (this includes young bird sickness) but it also ensures excellent moulting, a good appetite and perfect digestion. It also promotes better muscle development and harder training.
Choose Daflor for Pure, naturally healthy, strong pigeons
Daily (to be used fresh) 10ml Daflor in 1l of water- store in original packaging and in a cool place.
What is EM:
EM contains Effective Microorganisms, microscopic creatures, EM is a combination of useful, constructive microorganisms, which occur freely in nature and not manipulated.
What is the power of EM
EM is a living substance and does not work in the same way as an antibiotic or a chemical. This increases the population of beneficial microorganisms. It is not an antibiotic, but a mixture of living stimulating microorganisms only life gives life!
The action of EM is partly based on a combination of fermentative microorganisms. The metabolic products produced during fermentation are widely known as antioxidants, vitamins and enzymes.
The special thing about EM is the combination of aerobic and anaerobic microorganisms. Aerobe means “living with oxygen”. In the scientific world it was always assumed that these two groups could not possibly live side by side because the conditions under which they live are the opposite of each other. Both groups also occur naturally together in the soil.
The aerobic and anaerobic microorganisms have in common that they can turn substance into antioxidants. These have a beneficial effect on the health of the animals. Microorganisms work according to the principle of dominance, and in this way restore the microbial balance.