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Variety of Vitamins B and Benefits for Birds

Variety of Vitamins B and Benefits for Birds. During this time, we often hear the benefits of vitamin B, both of man and bird. Also about the diseases that can be caused due to the deficiency of the vitamin (deficiency).

Vitamin B actually consisted of several types (various), vitamin B1 (thiamine), B2 (riboflavin), B3 (niacin), B5 (pantotenic acid), B6 (pyridoxine), B7 (biotin), B9 (folic acid) and B12 (cyanocobalamin).

Because of the many types of vitamin B that is, we often hear the term vitamin B-Complex, or a bunch of vitamin b. vitamin B each type has a different function than other types of vitamin B, though there is also some kind of mutual support other types of functionality.
 

Viamin B1 (thiamine)

The bird which suffered a lack of vitamin B1 can have clinical symptoms of polyneuritis, with birds experienced seizures, his body became weak, to the position of the head facing up.
 

Vitamin B2 (riboflavin)

Vitamin B2 deficiency in birds could result in fingers being crooked. Special for indukan birds, especially the mother, vitamin B2 deficiency cause the quality of the eggs is very low.

This much-needed vitamins avian during breeding period, especially for the captive white-rumped. Why? In humans, vitamin B2 is often used to prevent and aid the treatment of cataracts. Compared with other bird species, white-rumped most vulnerable suffered cataracts. That is why this vitamin must always be available on a daily basis, so that the vision MB undisturbed.

When I say MB most vulnerable developing cataracts, does not mean it is directly experiencing a deficiency of vitamin B2. To my knowledge, excessive drying can indeed cause cataracts in most magpies rock. As for the supply of the vitamin B2 per day is required to prevent the possibility of the bad.

Vitamin B3 (niacin)

If Om and Tante ever encountered the birds feathers grow not perfect, her joints look grown up, or even his foot is crooked, it is a sign that the bird had a deficiency of vitamin B3. Other symptoms being experienced due to deficiency of vitamin B3 bird is the inflammation of the mouth, and often have diarrhea.
 

Vitamin B5 (pantothenic acid)

Actually deficiency of vitamin B5 or Pantothenic acid is rarely encountered. But, if you find a bird that the skin around his eyes or peel, it was a sign the birds vitamin deficiencies.

Vitamin B6 (pyridoxine)

White-rumped Shama birds and other Insectivores require considerable amounts of vitamin B6, amino acids to digest that is in a high-protein feed. Low protein content could lead to diminished appetite, slow growth in piyik, even in some cases can also cause seizures.

Insect life giving much needed white-rumped and birds and other Insectivores, both in captivity, at mabung, also for the chicks that haven't been introduced with artificial feed (voer).

Birds in breeding cages and cage usually given that food is limited, as is prevalent in the market such as Caterpillar hongkong and crickets. But the bird catches, especially white-rumped, in the wild usually prey on insects that vary.

Perhaps this is what causes some of the White-rumped catchment are prone to die. Usually, he experienced seizures first, in the early days of maintenance. So, giving vitamin B6 for the birds going to get badly needed, especially birds and bird catches tangkaran forest.
 

6. VITAMIN B7 (biotin)
Some signs of this same vitamin B7 sperti vitamin B5 deficiency signs on the dermatitis on the skin and exfoliate the skin around the eyes and beak. in a captive white-rumped B7 deficiency can result in death in embryos in the eggs and chicks.

Vitamin B9 (folic acid)

Vitamin B9 deficiency can lead to blockage of the hole in the shaft of a feather, thus causing the fast feather fragile and easily fall out. In addition, the lack of vitamin B9 or folic acid can also cause anemia, paraplegic, power loss, the death of the embryo tetas eggs in the last few days incubation period.
 

Vitamin B12 (cyanocobalamin)

VItamin B12 deficiency can cause inflammation of the mucous membranes, often uncontrollable movements (for example, bird salto). power decrease tetas (less than 50%), and the newly hatched having piyik perubahab form.

Deficiency of B12 can be caused presence of tapeworms on the digestive system of birds, so this vitamin cannot be digested by the body of the bird.

The question now is, how can I fullfill the needs of vitamin B-Complex which kind is it? Natural ingredients are rich in vitamin B-Complex, among other types of nuts, nut meat of small fish (e.g. guppy), eggs, fish, wheat germ oil, and others.

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