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Benefits of Aspirin for Birds
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Aspirin can be given to birds to help them cope with sickness. Dosage is five 325 mg aspirin tablets in one gallon of water (or about 25 mg/lb body weight per day). Give it to them throughout the illness period.
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It can also be use to boost the immune system of crops. I wrote about it here: http://www.farmersjoint.com/blog/crop-an...s-aspirin/
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Interesting links.
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Cool stuffs here. Tnks.
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