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Happy Hopping
01-10-2015, 07:52 AM
http://store.harrisonsbirdfoods.com/SUNSHINE-FACTOR/productinfo/SF/CASE/

my ones comes in a jar instead of the above package. Now, the instruction says:

To administer orally with a clean spoon or syringe: 0.3 ml per lb (0.45 kg) body weight (1 Tbs per 50 lb) or 0.06 ml per 100 g body weight. Sunshine Factor may be liquefied by floating bottle in warm water (80°F [27°C]) for a few minutes.

To mix with food: Combine 1 Tbs (15 ml) or 1 packet Sunshine Factor with 1 lb (455 g) of the animal’s food. Mix and return to original container for storage. Feed and store normally.

Birds 0.06 ml/ per100 g body weight

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so if my bun is 2.5 KG, then it would means I need about (2.5/0.45) x 0.3 ml =1.6 cc / ml per day.

I only use 0.6 ml daily, what dosage do you guys use?

mini lop1
04-11-2015, 05:11 PM
I had never heard of it till saw your thread so clicked, hope someone can help, maybe jacks jane may be able to offer any tips
I don't use supplements so just go off my vets treatment

Happy Hopping
05-11-2015, 12:49 AM
I fig. out most of it. The big bottle dosage is bigger than the small bottle dosage, eventhough it's the same thing. The big bottle is 0.1 to 0.3 / lb., So I'll pick the middle no., i.e. 0.2 / lb., so about 1 cc is all I need. I use 0.7 cc and they are very happy. This is part of harrison, should be the no. 1 most popular choice by vets