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Parrishs Food

This is a traditional iron feed supplement made to a century old formula for use in racing pigeons and poultry to maintain good health and appetite.

Add one teaspoonful to gallon of water to prevent deficiency causing loss of stamina.

Iron deficiency can lead to lack of stamina and poor appetite.

Available in 250ml bottles.


Easicox Coccidiosis Treatment for Pigeons & Rabbits 250ml.

This treatment comes in a 250ml bottle and any treatment for pigeons is best avoided during the moult.

Intestinal coccidiosis in pet rabbits
Treatment: Add 5ml to 5 litres of drinking water each day for 5 days. Stop for 10 days and repeat dose for a further 5 days
Prevention: As above but at the rate of 2.5ml per 5 litres of drinking water.

Racing Pigeons- the strongest Amprolium product available.
Add 5ml per litre of drinking water (approx 1oz per gallon) daily for 7 days. In case of severe infection, repeat the course for a further week.

All treatments are best avoided during the moult. Do not mix Easicox with other products.
Treated water not consumed within 24 hours should be spread over the droppings. These should then be disposed of safely. Dispose of empty packaging in household waste.

Contains Amprolium Hydrochloride 4.3%

We recommend alternating treatments annually with Megacox to avoid resistance occuring.


Easicanker Liquid - Racing Pigeon canker treatment.

Directions: Add 50ml to 4 litres of drinking water daily for 5 days.

All treatments are best avoided during the moult or if feeding young.

Store in a cool place below 25°C.

Contains: Ronidazole 0.6%.


 The essential supplement for racing pigeons as most grains and seeds lack the IODINE necessaary for thyroid function and development. Deficiency leads to poor immunity and lack of stamina.

This is used as a traditional diet supplement in Racing Pigeons and should be stored in well closed bottles in a cool place out of sunlight.

Add 1 teaspoonful per gallon of drinking water as often as desired.

Available in 100ml bottles.

Potassium Permanganate

Traditionally used for its disinfectant and antibacterial qualities. Contra-Indications and Warnings: Keep out of reach of children. Harmful if Swallowed. Keep jar tightly closed.


Supplied in 25g tub.

Easimec Ivermectin
For control of lice, mites & other insects & adult roundworms in racing pigeons, guinea pigs and pet rabbits Apply to back of neck once per week for three consecutive weeks Racing Pigeons- Use one drop weekly for three weeks Guinea Pigs- Use three drops weekly for three weeks Pet Rabbits- Use 3-6 drops weekly as above (2-3 drops per kg weight) If signs of disease appear or persist after 7 days discontinue use & seek veterinary advice Do not use in pregnant animals or other species. Ivermectin can be dangerous to dogs and reptiles. Not to be used in animals for food use MARKETED UNDER THE SMALL ANIMALS EXEMPTION SCHEME Avoid skin contact - wash hands after use. Store below 25C & dispose of contents 12 weeks after opening Traditionally used for mites.
Supplied in 10ml bottle.

Moxidectin Wormer

Moxidectin Concentrate Liquid Wormer for pigeons.

- Kills Roundworms
- Kills Hairworms
- Kills External Parasites

Dilute half the bottle (50ml) to one gallon of water (4.5 litres) to replace drinking water for 24 hours.

For the best results repeat in 3-4 weeks.

Supplied in 100ml bottles.

Injection Gun

An easy way to ensure accurate dosage of vaccines and other injectable products. No measuring of each dose = less wastage and much saved time Particularly well suited to pigeon vaccines such a Colombvac and Nobilis with 0.2ml and 0.25ml markings Minimum dose 0.2ml Maximum dose 2ml Easy to use with comprehensive English instructions.


Respimax Respiratory Treatment for pigeons. Containing Bromhexine Hydrochloride.

Treats mucus congestion in pigeons.

Treat with 20ml in 2 litres of drinking water for 5 days. Use fresh solution each day.

This is a potent proven medicine for treatment of respiratory mucus congestion NOT a herbal supplement.

Avoid all treatments during the moult.

Birds showing signs of  bacterial or viral infections may deteriorate rapidly and should be examined by a veterinary surgeon.