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neil cooney

Does Carophyll Keep.

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That's what I was thinking. It's only for the mule in the kitchen and as I've enough for the whole moult I don't see a need to buy some, unless it could go stale and harm him ?

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That's what I was thinking. It's only for the mule in the kitchen and as I've enough for the whole moult I don't see a need to buy some, unless it could go stale and harm him ?

It's like any powder Neil if it's kept dry it will be fine for a few years.

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Thanks lads.

 

Next question, how do I get the little fecker to use his bath and not bathe in his drinker sending red water everywhere, LOL.

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put the drinker as low down in cage as possible ,take the bath away, or put it in softfood . sprinkle some on a piece of apple all work,,,,, just find whats easier for you

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OK, he only seems to bathe in the drinking water when the colour is in it and it is down low.

Never heard about sprinkling it on apple, good idea.

He's a beauty but I didn't get the colour on him last year that I'd have liked.

I bred red factors for a few years and always got them right but this mule is a bugger, LOL, I call him Pavarotti.

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I always found colour feeding in the water a complete nightmare I had far better results in my soft food

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When I bred a load of mules I used it in the water as you get some birds that aren't keen on egg food but a lot of people get good results using it in the feed.

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