Vitamin E performs an excellent role in birds including egg production, egg fertility, hatchability, sperm motility, conception rate, and postnatal growth. Its main function is to inhibit the production of reactive oxygen species (ROS) in the cells and tissues.
Vitamin E deficiency reduced fertility in humans and avian species. However, very less data is available on vitamin E supplementation and its deficiency on the fertility of ornamental birds.
Leas Vitamin E helps in hormone production, muscle functioning, improved fertility, embryo survival. It also helps in increased immunity. It also acts as a barrier against Please start Leas Vitamin E dosage 21 days before breeding. Please stop usage of Vitamin E when female bird already laid eggs and sitting on the eggs.