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Digestive disorders with lack of bathing opportunity are the most common cause of dry feathers. The dry feathers may trigger an episode of feather destruction behaviour, especially during Winter when it is too cold for birds to seek a bath.Plume Mist spray should be used daily on birds with a previous history of feather destruction behaviour. These birds should also follow the Dry Feather Prevention Programme on this app.
WINTER HEALTH ADVICE
Dry skin problems occur mostly during Winter, when birds are less likely to bathe, the air is cold, and some form of indoor heating is provided. The dry air often triggers dry skin problems. Birds that have been previously diagnosed with Feather Plucking associated with dry skin, should follow the Dry Skin Programme on this app.
SUMMER HEALTH ADVICE
Most birds moult during the summer months of December to March. During this time it is necessary to nutritionally support the growth of new feathers.Now is the time to start the Moult Programme on this app.
SUMMER HEALTH ADVICE
Lice and mites are a major problem during hot, humid months. These infestations must be repeatedly treated each month between December and April. S76 and AIL Spray are given each month as part of the Moult Programme on this app.
SUMMER HEALTH ALERT
Birds are physiologically stressed in temperatures above 32°C. When temperatures rise above 30°C, follow the Heat Stress Programme on this app.
SUMMER HEATH ADVICE
Hot, cold and wet weather challenge the immune competency of birds. It is now time for birds that have been diagnosed with immune suppression to follow the Immune Stimulating Programme on this app.
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