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Poultry Shield 1L

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I141575
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Chicken
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Poultry Shield 1L

Multi-purpose cleaner, sanitiser and odour neutraliser
Poultry Shield can be used for cleaning and sanitising all animal housing and equipment and for the treatment of red mites. A clean house means healthy, happy chickens. It removes build-up dirt, faecal and waxy deposits and removes the organic matter in which red mites live and breed. We find it to be very effective in the control of red mites in our hen houses and chicken coops.

Instructions: To make 1 litre of Poultry Shield add 200ml of Poultry Shield concentrate to 800ml water. To clean, sanitise and odour neutralise your coop: Remove old bedding and excess litter. Spray interior areas and equipment with Poultry Shield solution. Pay particular attention to the roof structure, joints, cracks, crevices and perches. Leave to soak for one hour and wash/brush clean if necessary. - Protect your water supply. Rinse out drinkers weekly with Poultry Shield solution.
Only available in the 1L bottles.
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