Virukill

Virukill is the only disinfectant especially registered for use on cage birds.

Totally non-toxic to your birds and to yourself!

Tested and found to be highly effective against:

Avian Influenza, Circovirus ( Beak and Feather belong to this group of viruses), Adenovirus, Paramyxovirus, Poxvirus, Herpesvirus (Pacheco’s disease virus belong to this group) Coronavirus, Birnavirus, Salmonella species, E.coli, Mycoplasma species, Clamydophila psittaci and fungi such as Aspergillus niger, Penicillium species and many more!

Virukill Avian is the only product that is registered specifically for use on and in birds.

In birds, the killing of viruses by a disinfectant is of extreme importance, so use the product which has been specifically tested on and in birds and found to be effective against all of the pathogens, viruses, bacteria, and fungi.

Only Virukill Avian offers you this complete, safe, and non-toxic disinfection!

NON-TOXIC – STABLE WHEN DILUTED – NON-CORROSIVE –

REGISTERED with ATC 36 OF 1947  –  BIODEGRADABLE – CAN BE SPRAYED WHILE BIRDS ARE IN THEIR CAGES- FRAGRANCEFREE – ECONOMICAL –

 NON-IRRITATING – NO RESIDUE

Virukill Avian is available from Prof. Rob Bragg braggrr@ufs.ac.za

Cyril’s Pigeon and Pet – 011- 9185183  Boksburg  

Turf Pets – 082 3708609 Turffontein  

BloemVee produkte –  072 777 7007 Bloemfontein  and many more!

Virukill avian

The following articles from Prof. Rob Bragg are available in Premier editions:

Micro-organisms and Your Birds. How they Interact and How to Control them.
Part 1
August 2021 Premier edition.

Micro-organisms and Your Birds. How they Interact and How to Control them.
PART 2 – ANTIBIOTICS.
September 2021 Premier edition.

Premier magazine subscribers are welcome to contact me for back issues containing these articles.

Do you also have bird products or services to show the world? Look no further. Your birds gonna love you!

For professional veterinary advice:

https://www.janeczek.de/index.php/en/

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