VetRx Poultry Remedy is an excellent poultry remedy which offers effective relief from respiratory diseases such as colds, wheezing, sniffles, and other issues on poultry animals. Also effective against CRD, roup, favus, eye worm, scaley leg and mites. This excellent poultry remedy features a time-tested, 100% natural formula containing Oil of Origanum, Oil of Rosemary, Camphor, Canada Balsam and more. For use in all poultry animals including game birds, chickens and turkeys. Sold in a 2 oz. bottle.
The directions below apply to bantams and mature poultry of similar size, unless otherwise noted. For larger or smaller birds change dosage in proportion to size of bird. Use VetRx warm, unless otherwise specified. To warm, open cap. Put bottle in small pan of water, Heat at medium temperature. Always test temperature of product before applying internally or externally. To prepare solution, add one teaspoonful of warm VetRx to one cup very warm water.
Note: VetRx mixes with hot water, but floats on top of cold water. This characteristic is helpful, as will be seen in treatment described.
Flock Care: If colds infect many in a flock, spray warm VetRx solution over as many birds as possible. Use any small sprayer, and keep sprayer in a pan of hot water before using. For birds in flock which look droopy, rub warm VetRx, full strength, over their heads, eyes and under their wings. (When birds sleep with head under wings, vapors will help them.) Also, provide plenty of clean, cool drinking water for the flock. Add a few drops of VetRx in drinking water each time you change it. It will float on the water and get on beaks and nostrils of birds each time they drink, helping to treat them.
Vaporizer: If you decide to use vaporizer, make certain it is a hot water model. Follow manufacture’s directions. Fill cup with VetRx full strength and operate vaporizer for at least one hour while birds are roosting.
What is the ratio of water to VetRx for a 23 lb. turkey?
I don't want to give too much.
Per the manufacturer VetRx Poultry Remedy is an all natural product that you can’t appy too much and risk harming the birds. Per their instructions, you will typically put 5 drops in your bucket of water. If you do not get the results you expect you can increase the dosage. You can even put some directly on their beaks. This is especially helpful for birds that are sneezing.
Can VetRx Poultry Remedy be used on wounds on chickens?
VetRx Poultry Remedy is an excellent poultry remedy which offers effective relief from respiratory diseases such as colds, wheezing, sniffles, and other issues on poultry animals. Also effective against CRD, roup, favus, eye worm, scaley leg and mites.
Can someone tell me how much VetRx Poultry Remedy to put in one quart of water for my babies? The leaflet only says "a few drops to drinking water" with no mention of how much water. Also, is it okay to use with the vitamin and electrolyte powder in the water?
In the case of using VetRx Poultry Remedyfor general flock care, it recommends adding a few drops to drinking water each time you refill the drinking reservoir. It doesn't specify how much water, but adding 2-3 drops to a full reservoir of water should be sufficient. I would recommend speaking with the manufacturer of each of the products you're inquiring about mixing together to see if they can be mixed.