Complete pigeon feed enriched with the special Immunity Concept+ racing pellet and with the special black maize. The black maize is exceptionally rich in antioxidants to protect the muscles among other things during flight. This new Plus I.C.+ Black Label Gerry is an ideal low-protein sports mix The added extruded Plus I.C.+ racing pellets work for a better digestion and an additional number of vitamins and amino acids, which are important during the racing season. This is so much more than a conventional racing mixture that only provides a solution to the pigeon’s protein and fat requirement. It creates the difference between a pigeon and a top pigeon.
The Plus I.C.+ pellets contain organic selenium as well as other natural antioxidants. They reduce oxidative stress, ensure less build-up of lactic acid and reduce muscle damage.
The addition of lecithin and L-carnitin optimises fat absorption and fat burning, leaving the pigeons with more energy.
The Plus I.C.+ racing pellet contains a unique combination of organic (natural) antioxidants including beta carotene (supplied through carrots), lutein, extra vitamin E, organic selenium, polyphenolic bioflavonoids and vitamin C. This unique combination stimulates the immune system.
black maize 10%, bordeaux maize 4%, red maize 4%, small cribs maize 16%, Katjang Idjoe 2%, white pigeon wheat 4%, white dari 16%, red dari 4%, safflower 16%, paddy rice 12%, broken rice 4%, peeled oats 2%, buckwheat 1%, brown linseed 1%, thistle seed 1%, racing pellet I.C.⁺ 3%
3a672a vitamin A 1350 IU, E671 vitamin D3 270 IU, 3a700 vitamin E 7.5 mg, vitamin C 1.5 mg, E1 ferrous sulphate, monohydrate 3 mg, 3b202 calcium iodate, anhydrous 0.25 mg, E4 cupric sulphate, pentahydrate 1 mg, E5 manganous oxide 8 mg, E6 zinc oxide 7.5 mg, E8 sodium selenite 0.03 mg, 3 b 8.10 organic form of selenium (produced by Saccharomyces cerevisiae CNCM I-3060) 0.08 mg, L-carnitin 0.6 mg
DIRECTIONS FOR USE
On average, 30 g of feed per day per pigeon. Always provide fresh drinking water.
An ideal sports mixture to feed the racing pigeons during the week. Make sure they get enough energy inside, but still keep training well. Once the young pigeons train enough around the loft they can be fed some more.