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Bloomford is a potent mineral and trace element supplement for Pigeons that produces a superior feather when fed during the molt and maintains the feather during the rigors of racing. It promotes bloom formation that is so necessary for efficient flight. The bloom of the feather functions as a lubricator, thereby eliminating feather friction and producing an efficient flying mechanism. The bird flies with less effort and slips through the air with less turbulence. The result is a faster pigeon and a feather that lasts longer.
Bloomford , together with the high levels of minerals such as calcium, iodine and salt, contains three special herbs that act as a natural stress reliever and health stimulant for the flock during the stresses of racing. One herb cleanses the sinuses and is a good first line of attack against “Respiratory Upset”. The 2nd herb acts as a bowel astringent, promoting the healthy “nutty” droppings. The 3rd herb soothes the bowel and stimulates the appetite.
Bloomford works best with TurboBooster allowing it to “stick” to the grain. First mix in the oil, then the Bloomford and mix the feed with a stick or spoon just prior to feeding. Bloomford works best on healthy flocks. A silkier feather with deep color develops within 2 weeks of application.
Ingredients: Calcium, iron, phosphorous, sodium chloride, iodine, potassium, magnesium, manganese, cobalt, copper and zinc.
Instructions for use:
- Remove contents from sealed package into an airtight container
- Store away from sunlight in a cool dry place.
- Mix 1 teaspoon to 1kg of TurboBooster impregnated food on Wednesdays (the high salt content of Bloomford means it should not be given before or after the race). For sprint racing give Sunday, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday.
- Use after illness with the TurboBooster.
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