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Stalosan F Disinfectant Powder 8kg

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  • Hygiene powder
  • Destroys worm eggs, fly eggs, larvae and coccidial oocysts
  • Anti bacterial
  • Anti fungal
  • Reduces ammonia smell
  • Reduces disease level
  • Dries bedding

Stalosan F is a brilliant disinfectant powder that is anti bacterial and anti fungal. It destroys worm eggs, fly eggs, larvae and coccidial oocysts. It also reducts the ammonia smeel from chicken droppings leaving your hutches smelling great.

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