Dr Rob Marshall TurboBooster
TurboBooster is a health, body and feather conditoner with garlic.
TurboBooster is a multi-purpose product. full of essential B vitamins (B Vitamins convert food to fuel for breeding parents)
A concentrated form of energy, coupled with stress relieving vitamin B and the oil based breeding vitamins A, D, E and K.
This multi-purpose energy rich oil is best added to soaked multi-grained bread for the aviary birds or into a freshly made soft food mix for breeding pairs.
It is soon relished by the birds. They often climb the wire in anticipation of the treat as the garlic cocktail is being prepared. E-powder is added to the mix for greater energy efficiency and many fanciers add the DufoPlus, Ioford and F-vite at the same time, giving remarkable results. It’s a simple but highly effective feeding system!
TurboBooster can be coated onto a dry seed mix for birds not eating a soft food mixture and then sprinkled with the ePower and F-Vite.
Only small amounts are needed not like most cheaper bird vitamins on the market, where you need 2 – 4 times as much for the birds to benefit, therefore Dr Rob Marshall’s Products last longer, better results in the birds and more cost effective. e.g average needed is only 3ml per 500g of seed for finches.
Beautiful sheen and rich colour
The amino acid balance and the essential fatty acids in TurboBooster are responsible for the beautiful colours and silky feather it produces within 3 weeks of use.
It is also used to rejuvenate damaged tail feathers.
Stimulates fitness and health
This product contains high levels of the essential amino acids (protein) needed for the muscle development of the fledglings in the aviary.
The result is vigorous flight that soon produces the heightened health seen with top fitness.
The special mix of omega 3 essential oils stimulates the immune system to repel illness and together with the garlic oil offers strong protection against the stress-induced illnesses of the overcrowded young bird aviary.
“Secret” for best of show fanciers
TurboBooster is combined with F-Vite to produce silky feathers with color and life as good as they get.
TurboBooster has high levels of the essential amino acids (protein) needed for new feather formation and contains a good mix of special oils,
called fatty acids, which produce an extremely silky feather.
This has meant that the oil is a favorite “secret” of the best show fanciers in Australia.
See video below
Top breeding and show conditioner
Turbo-booster invigorates healthy birds into peak condition and is used on soft foods prior to breeding and the show to great effect.
It is also used as a post illness invigorator.
Show condition with very best feather
TurboBooster is given together with F-Vite each day for three weeks prior to the show to give a silky sheen, porcelain like tightness and a deep rich colour to the plumage.
TurboBooster, being a very high source of energy and the breeding amino acids, is used in combination with E-powder to produces fast growing,
robust and healthy babies. This clever combination enables the feeding parents to maintain their body condition and vitality for a full three rounds of babies.
TurboBooster and the holding cage
The time of weaning and until the body moult is complete is an extremely difficult time for the health of young birds.
It is during this time that most fanciers place them into a holding cage and make every effort to boost the immune system during this difficult time.
Youngster reared on TurboBooster readily its taste, providing them with immediate health protection.
TurboBooster is a necessary part of the recovery process and is used following illness of any Type.
Pet Bird Dose: 6 Drops of TurboBooster is added to 100g of seed
Canaries and Finches: Mix 3mls to 500g of dry seed, soak seed or soft food mix, made fresh each day.
Budgerigars and Parrots: Mix 10mls in 1kg dry seed, soak seed or soft food mix, made fresh each day.
Pigeons and Poultry: Mix 10mls in 1kg seed mix.
TurboBooster is suitable for: Budgies, Canaries, Finches, Pigeons, Parrots, Poultry & All Aviary Birds