ACV for a few days

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ACV for a few days

Post by Tiaris » 06 Jun 2016, 13:39

We have just had 765mm rainfall within 30 hours (late Fri night to early Sun morning) so everything here is pretty soaked. Just a reminder to those copping/copped the east coast low that it may be a good idea to give ACV in water until things dry up, then do a preventative cocci drench with Baycox.

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Re: ACV for a few days

Post by nxe04d » 06 Jun 2016, 19:47

Very wet underfoot here too Tiaris started ACV when serious rain started after a couple days fair weather will Baycox

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Re: ACV for a few days

Post by finchbreeder » 07 Jun 2016, 10:33

Sorry to hear you got drenched guys, but glad to hear you are not underwater.
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Re: ACV for a few days

Post by Tiaris » 07 Jun 2016, 19:40

We're fine thanks. Others copped it far worse than us. We live on a ridge & usually get cut off for a day or 2 when these storms happen but don't really care as long as the family is safe, we have food & dry firewood. At least the tanks are all full now. Forecast to get to 28 deg again in the next couple of days here - that'll dry things up a bit.

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Re: ACV for a few days

Post by Ian Hamilton » 13 Jan 2018, 06:45

Just reading this thread, what rate of ACV do you guys recommend per litre ?

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Re: ACV for a few days

Post by Tiaris » 13 Jan 2018, 07:41

5ml/litre

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Post by Tiaris » 13 Jan 2018, 07:44

I don't really measure it out - I just put a splash into the watering can (very scientific). I've heard of others using up to 20ml/litre. I think 5 - 10 ml is good. More than that it really starts to taint the flavour of the water.

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Post by E Orix » 13 Jan 2018, 15:29

Do you dose your birds every time the aviary floor gets wet?

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Re: ACV for a few days

Post by vettepilot_6 » 13 Jan 2018, 15:35

E Orix wrote:
13 Jan 2018, 15:29
Do you dose your birds every time the aviary floor gets wet?
I don't. ..I wait till 4/5 days then give acv..if any look off after couple of days I would dose with baycox...now I will just feed fonio paddy seed. ..but haven't needed it yet.. :thumbup:
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Re: ACV for a few days

Post by Finchnut » 13 Jan 2018, 16:49

Okay what is ACV please, my floors are alway dry only around water dish is wet daily should I dose every three months guys.

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