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In one minute: During heat stress, PlusBreathe© increases feed intake by 10% | PlusVet Animal Health
In hot environments, animals are prone to change their feeding patterns: the processes of digestion and nutrient absorption produce metabolic heat and, to control body temperature, animals limit feed consumption. The magnitude of the reduction will depend on the species and the environmental temperature: for example, at 30ºC, Holstein cows eat 20% less; poultry 5% less; and fattening pigs consume 25 to 40% less, depending on their body weight.
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In one minute: During heat stress, PlusBreathe© increases feed intake by 10%

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PlusBreathe© contains essential oils with natural antiseptic, antioxidant, expectorant and mucolytic activity. It has a refreshing taste.

It is indicated to improve the functioning of the respiratory system and to mitigate heat stress in birds, ruminants, pigs and rabbits of all ages. It can also be nebulized in the farm environment.

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