Bird Bene Bac 15 ml Syringe

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Bird Bene Bac 15 ml Syringe

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Product Summary:

Bird Bene-Bac is a concentrated live culture of seven common bacteria found in the intestinal tracts of birds and reptiles. Bird Bene-Bac gel guarantees 10 million colony forming units (CFU) per gram of viable lactic acid producing bacteria. Bird Bene-Bac provides help for birds and reptiles under adverse conditions such as showing, weaning, worming, surgery, traveling, boarding, breeding, antibiotic therapy or simple intestinal stress. Recommended as part of the management program for birds when hand feeding or weaning from hand feeding. Use with growing and mature birds or reptiles when they are subject to changing nutritional or environmental conditions or after antibiotic therapy. Bird Bene-Bac Gel is available in 15 gm gel form in an easy to use dial-a-dose syringe.

Store at room temperature

This product is intended for intermittent or supplemental feeding only.

Not for human consumption.

Directions for use:
Recommended as part of the management program for birds and reptiles subjected to adverse conditions. Also recommended for hand-fed orphans

Newborns:
¼ to ½ gram at birth; ¼ to ½ gram on day 3,5 and 7 and at weaning. Hand fed orphans increase to 1 gram on days 7, 14 and introduction to solid food.

Under Adverse Conditions:
Use ½ gram (small species) or 1 gram (large species). Use gel 2 times, 3 days apart. Place in mouth, or mix with food.

Guaranteed total live (viable) Lactic Acid Producing Bacteria:
20 million colony forming units (CFU) per gram. (Lactobacillus casei, Lactobacillus fermentum, Lactobacillus acidophilus, Lactobacillus plantarum, Enterococcus faecium, Bifidobacterium bifidum, Pediococcus acidilactici)

Ingredients:
Sunflower oil, silicon dioxide, sucrose, fructooligosaccharide, dried Lactobacillus casei (avian strain) fermentation product, Dried L. fermentum fermentation product, Dried L. acidophilus fermentation product, Dried L. plantarum fermentation product, Dried Enterococcus faecium fermentation product, Dried Bifidobacterium bifidum fermentation product, Dried Pediococcus acidilacticii fermentation product, Artificial Color.
Item Number Model Number UPC
P01055 99560-1 020279995609

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Very helpful after antibiotic therapy or deworming of my chickens. They love it.
Joan L on May 14, 2019
This is great to reestablish gut bacteria after antibiotics in birds. This product is better than yogurt.
Mavis F on Nov 19, 2017
Very helpful after antibiotic therapy or deworming of my chickens. They love it.
Joan L on May 14, 2019
Recommended by Vet
Marcia W on Aug 3, 2018
This is great to reestablish gut bacteria after antibiotics in birds. This product is better than yogurt.
Mavis F on Nov 19, 2017
Was prescribed by my Vet for my Pionus Parrot. Is 4 times cheaper on this website!
Michael M on Oct 22, 2017
Recommended by Vet
Marcia W on Aug 3, 2018
Was prescribed by my Vet for my Pionus Parrot. Is 4 times cheaper on this website!
Michael M on Oct 22, 2017
Can Bene-bac freeze?
Wendy on Feb 8, 2019
BEST ANSWER: I'm not sure, but I don't think so. It is partly made of an oily product and my guess is that it would separate out. Also, the bacteria are supposed to be live so they might die if they freeze. But if you accidently froze it, don't waste it; it still have some live cultures in it.
Is this the same as 15g?
A shopper on Jan 13, 2018
BEST ANSWER: My scientist husband says g (grams) = weight AND ml = volume. In general, you measure dry things with "g" (grams) and you measure liquids with "ml". So he did some calculations to answer your question: The two will be about the same if you are measuring a toothpaste or a gel like Benebac, but different if you are measuring water or a powder like flour, because water is dense and powder is loose. Please let me know if this helps.