This lovely Stafford Mosaic presented with Feather Lumps on both wings following the molt. These were completely removed and he was given Biodecken Molt daily in the water for a couple of months. Seeing no lump recurrence, he has now been off the product a couple of months with no recurrence.
Both genetics and diet play a role in a bird developing feather lumps. Genes control the feather texture and it can be so soft that the feather cannot break through the skin. When a lump is completely removed (see previous feather lump posts), feeding Biodecken Molt daily in the water can prevent lump recurrence.
This Spring, I am going to feed Biodecken Molt daily in the water to young birds from weaning until completion of the first molt to prevent lumps from appearing.
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