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Vetericyn Plus Poultry Care

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$41.95

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Shipping from only $7.95 - Calculated at Checkout
Free Shipping on orders over $199* within Australia. (& under 7kg - some exclusions apply)
International orders accepted

Vetericyn Plus is safe to use for wound care on all hatchlings, laying hens as well as roosters, turkeys and geese.

Contents:

  • 1 x Vetericyn Plus Poultry Care 273ml
  • Convenient easy to use spray bottle
  • Instructions on label
  • Free from alcohol, antibiotics and steroids.

Why use Vetericyn for Poultry Wound Care?

Because of the very nature of living in a chicken coop, it is easy for wounds to become infected — chickens scratch and forage in the coop strutting through mud, dirt and poop. Even the cleanest backyard coop still has plenty of bacteria just waiting to find an open wound to call home. Vetericyn Plus Poultry Care puts science behind their product to make it one of the best in the world for Poultry wound care. White blood cells which fight infection naturally create the hypochlorous molecule. Vetericyn has synthesised this molecule to create revolutionary wound treatment that doesn't cause damage to healthy skin or cause irritation. It is even safe to use around the ears, eyes and also the mouth.

You can use this super oxidised hypochlorous (HOCI) solution to cleanse, irrigate and moisturise wounds for fast healing.

Vetericyn does not contain any Hydrogen Peroxide, Chlorhexidine, Iodine, Isopropyl Alcohol and Benzalkonium Chloride.

It is also free from alcohol, steroids and antibiotics. Learn more about Vetericyn

How to Apply:

Gently move feathers away from the wound. If that is not possible, carefully cut away the feathers. Use a clean towel or soft gauze to swab the wound until it stops bleeding. Once bleeding has ceased, liberally spray the wound with the Poultry Care Spray. Wounds heal faster if they are kept moist, so you should spray the wound 3-4 times daily. In the case where the cut is near the eye or ear, use a dropper to apply the solution.

Poultry Care Plus by Vetericyn is exclusive to Dine A Chook Australia. If you are a retailer or Pet Supply store and would like to know more about this product, contact us.

Size:
273ml
Packaging:
Spray Bottle

Dine A Chook shipping charges are outlined below and are for all Australian and New Zealand orders.

Weight Cost
Under 500g $7.95
Up to 1kg $9.95
1 - 3kg $12.95
3 - 5kg $14.95
5 - 7kg $19.95
Over 7kg Calculated at checkout
Order over $199 with a total weight under 7kg - Excludes Bulk Bird Netting Free Shipping - Use Coupon Code 'Free Shipping'

How is your order shipped?

All Dine A Chook orders are sent using Australia Post unless otherwise stated. All orders require a signature at the time of delivery unless you provide an authority to leave. We deliver to Residential and Business addresses, PO Boxes and Parcel Lockers.

Insurance

Every Dine a Chook delivery is completely insured for the total value of the items despatched and insurance coverage includes loss and damage during transit. In the unlikely event, you receive a broken item contact our office via the contact us page within 3 working days of signing for the goods so we can arrange for a replacement.

Shipping times

State Estimated delivery (business days)
Queensland 2-3 days
New South Wales 3-5 days
Victoria 5-7 days
South Australia, Tasmania & ACT 6-8 days
Western Australia & Northern Territory 8-12 days

With the exception of busy times of the year, orders received before 11am are generally shipped out that same day.

FAQ

Q. Can Vetericyn be used on other birds? 

A. Vetericyn Poultry Plus can be used on all feathered birds as an effective wound treatment.

Q. Can it cause irritation? 

A. This product is ph balanced and made to prevent irritation. Also it is made not to sting when applied.

Q. What if the wound is infected already? 

A. his product will help keep the wound moist and also aid in treatment of a mild infection, however as infected wounds can become worse rapidly in chickens and poultry if you are concerned you should take your bird to the vet as it may require medication treament.