Probac A.P.F 90 500 gr. Anabolic animal protein concentrates. Racing Pigeons from Probac

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Product Description

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Manufacturer Description

Dose: two teaspoons (20 g) to 500 g foodstuff. -Racing year: one-3 days at the begin of the week, based on the hardness of the las fly. -Breeding: two-3 moments per week. -Moulting: two-3 moments per week.

Product Features

-Probac A.P.F 90, s an easy-to-digest protein concentrate comprised of various animal protein sources and developed for top athletes. It is characterized by a high degree of pureness as well as an excellent, well-balanced amino acid spectrum with a biological quality rating of 134 -Is very easily digested and therefore the ideal food supplement during periods of extreme physical stress -Is one of the best protein supplements on the market. To an especially high degree pigeons require protein to develop muscle -A well-thought out feeding programme with A.P.F. 90 conserves the body's own proteins and can reduce the regeneration time after exercise significantly. A.P.F. 90 is ideal as a food supplement to provide for increased protein requirements -Pigeons get 90% of the energy they need to fly from the metabolism of fat, i.e. the burning of fatty acids. However, about 10% of the energy needed is gained through the metabolism of protein. This protein is derived from the muscle mass of the bird, by which the pigeon loses muscle substance week after week during the racing season

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