The big secret to Breeding Aid’s success over the past 20 years is simply providing essential nutrients such as fatty acids and vitamins A, D and E. These nutrients aid in the development of healthy egg membranes, embryo growth, and assists birds in producing the maximum number of fertile eggs.During breeding season the nutritional demands of hens increase dramatically. Hens have an increased need for nutrients such as fatty acids and vitamins, in order to lay healthy fertile eggs.
Breeding Aid has been developed to address the need for fatty acids and vitamins A, D and E. This combination helps to support egg membrane formation, assists in egg production and hatchability. It is used as an overnight soak on seeds, oils naturally penetrate through the seed hull into the kernel through osmosis.
Breeding Aid is particularly useful for smaller birds that produce large numbers of eggs or multiple clutches.
Additional vitamin, mineral and calcium supplements are still advised for birds on seed diets