Orego-Stim® Liquid - Jill Weaver - TAS

I have kept chickens for the past 40 years and have been showing them for the last 13. I currently have about 400 birds, including species such as Wyandotte, Derbyshire Redcap, Vorwerk, Barbu Dúccle, Japanese Bantam, Phoenix and also my own breed! 

My breed has auto-sexing at the egg stage and I am hoping to have it recognised this year as a stand-alone breed.

I have been using Orego-Stim for the past 10 years. The chickens are given the recommended dose in their drinking water, via a header tank, every day. In addition to this, I use it in the fermented grain I feed my birds, I have found that using this feed means I have no need for chick starter diets.

My main reason for using Orego-Stim is to support birds under challenges, but there are many other noticeable benefits, particularly regarding the birds’ general health. 

I find that the chickens withstand the stresses of the show season, for example the constant washing and transport, far better when they are consuming Orego-Stim. They maintain excellent health, with firm droppings and less waste. Breeders have an increased eggshell strength, and the chicks are always healthy

There was a period in which I had run out of Orego-Stim, and whilst I was sourcing it, I had three chickens die from disease challenges, which was not an issue previously. 

I have been using Orego-Stim for such a long time now that I cannot remember how I originally heard about it. I tell everyone about it though! I have been running poultry workshops about twice a year for the last 10 years, as well as giving talks at garden clubs for people who want to learn about the health and well-being of chickens. Amongst other things, I always recommend Orego-Stim.

Anpario's Orego-Stim Liquid contains our unique 100% natural oregano essential oil. 

  • Natural antimicrobial & antioxidant properties help support the immune system.
  • Supports birds under environmental challenges. 
  • Drier and firmer droppings.
  • Helps birds develop a well-balanced gut bacterial population for optimal nutrient absorption.

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