Re-Scha Tarsin 300g
Tarsin is a supplementary feed for homing pigeons that demonstrates its high effectiveness in breeding, travel and moulting.
Tarsin contains carefully selected vegetables. They are the food basis for good-natured small intestine bacteria (such as lactobacilli) and thus the ideal complement to the re-scha lactobacilli (PT-12). Especially carbohydrate-rich vegetables with their various types of sugar are the ideal nutrient medium for lactobacilli. This allows them (e.g. PT-12, lactobacillus salivarius) to hold their own better under favorable conditions in the small intestine. Tests have shown that the PT-12 lactobacilli in combination with frutin and tarsin can multiply 100 to 1000 times more in the small intestine. This significantly increases the “booster effect” of the lactobacilli.
The vitamin C abundance of vegetables is well known. Vitamin C is, among other things, needed to support the immune system. Vitamins from the B group (especially Vit. B1 and Vit. B2) can also be found in vegetables. They play a very important role in the process of generating energy from fats, carbohydrates and amino acids. The minerals contained in the vegetables are also important for a smooth metabolism.
Tarsin contains the green-lipped mussel in a balanced amount. It is the insider tip for good joint motor skills. The green-lipped mussel contains glycosaminoglycans (so-called GAGs) in high concentrations. The GAGs are a special sugar-protein combination and have excellent bioavailability. The green-lipped mussel also contains a high proportion of omega-3 fatty acids. This enables it to support the body in building up connective tissue, articular cartilage and synovial fluid (“joint lubrication”).
Tarsin improves the body’s amino acid pool with its high-quality protein sources of natural origin. Pigeons need the amino acids alanine, arginine, aspartic acid, cystine, glutamic acid, glycine, histidine, isoleucine, leucine, lysine, methionine, phenylalanine, proline, serine, threonine, tyrosine and valine. Amino acids are known to support muscle growth and the immune system. In Tarsin, there are valuable raw products from natural sources that contain these amino acids.
Tarsin also contains high quality lecithin. During digestion, it ensures that absorbed food fats are absorbed by the body. As a vital nutritional component, lecithin supports physical performance. Without lecithin there is no respiratory chain. With regular tarsin administration, additional supplementation of lecithin in pigeons can be dispensed with.
Tarsin is added in high doses of carnitine. It is particularly important for the transport of fatty acids. Carnitine sends the fatty acids to their place of breakdown. Many biochemical processes cannot take place without the direct or indirect support of carnitine.
Tarsin contains trace elements in chelated form. It is now known that organically bound trace elements can pass through the intestinal wall better than inorganic ones. As a rule, it is not the absolute amount of the trace elements added, but rather their digestibility (i.e. their absorption capacity) that is important for their effectiveness. Trace elements are particularly important in the body as a component and activator of enzymes.
Tarsin contains vitamin E and selenium as additional additives. Vitamin E primarily protects the fatty substances from free radicals. Selenium is an essential trace element for the organism. The immune system in particular needs selenium to function. Free oxygen radicals are dangerous compounds that must be removed from the body or prevented from forming so that the immune defense is maintained.
In breeding, Tarsin supports the willingness to mate, fertilization and growth of the young animals.
Tarsin conditions the pigeon for the journey and promotes an impressive willingness to perform even under difficult travel conditions (headwind flights).
In the Moult, Tarsin provides important raw materials that are necessary for a perfect moulting process and an intact, silky feather.
Instructions for use: In order for tarsin to develop its effects optimally, it should be bound to the grain feed with frutin if possible. Tarsin and Frutin complement each other in their effects. Since Frutin has a very good adhesive effect, the grain feed can even be mixed for several days in advance.
Tarsin feeding should not be limited to just one meal a day, but should be extended to include morning and evening grains. The entire grain feed that is fed each day should therefore be mixed with Frutin and Tarsin. Tarsin’s full potential opens up when the PT-12 lactobacilli (over 10-14 days) are used at the same time. The lactobacilli germs of the PT-12 remain fully viable on the feed mixed with Frutin and Tarsin for several days at room temperature. In the travel preparation phase (spring), the special properties of the green-lipped mussel make Tarsin the ideal complement to Magnesi-a-gold.
Breeding: 1 level measuring spoon of tarsin / kg of grain feed daily over the entire course of the breeding.
Travel: 1-2 level measuring spoons of tarsin / kg of grain feed on 2-3 consecutive days, preferably towards the weekend (see also the “Travel Plan”).
Moult: 1 level measuring spoon of tarsin / kg of grain feed at least 3 times a week.
Package insert: 1 measuring spoon, content filled = 4 g tarsin
Additives per kg: Vitamin E (alpha-tocopherol acetate): 2000 mg, vitamin C: 2000 mg, L-carnitine: 12500 mg, copper from amino acid copper chelate, hydrate: 105 mg
Ingredients: crude protein: 16.00%, crude fat: 6.50%, crude fiber: 4.10%, crude ash: 31.00%, total sugar: 15.00%
After opening the vacuum-sealed plastic bag, the best thing is to pour the contents into a food storage box and store in the refrigerator.