I do advice all poultry farmers to plant at least three stems of Aloe vera plant because of it's benefits to poultry animals and human beings as well. Today I'll only share with you the importance of this herb to poultry.
**Aloe vera is a great nature antibiotic. Sometimes you may spot some wounds or scratches on your birds .You don't have to purchase drugs because Aloe vera will relieve you the stress. Simply cut a leaf and squeeze the juice directly to the wound that your chicken get.
*Aloe vera is a great source of vitamins, and also contains minerals and enzymes which boosts the immune system of your birds
**Aloe vera* coccidiosis, Marek's disease and Newcastle disease in birds. It's also a herbal medicine which serves as a deworming drug.
All you need to do is to squeeze the juice in their drinking water and let them consume it in their drinkers. Do this at least twice every month and you will be amazed how active and healthy your birds will be!!!
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