Poultry Range
Mervue’s Avi Vit range is the dedicated range of specially formulated products for the poultry sector. The Avi Vit range is designed to address the needs of the birds, veterinarians and farmers. The Mervue Avi Vit range consists of tailor made solutions. Mervue’s Avi Vit products are formulated to boost poultry performance in the specific situations encountered at farm level, at each stage of production and the unique poultry health conditions with proven results.
Poultry Liver Support

Avi Vit 200 – Hepatobooster

Avi Vit Hepatobooster
Supports Liver and Kidney Function

Hepatobooster is a complex formula based around those nutrients and nutraceuticals that beneficially affect liver function and health in monogastrics.


  • Suitable for broilers, breeding and commercial layers.
  • Supports the elimination of toxins and protects the liver and kidney
  • Supports the reduction of stress.
  • Valuable support for the first 3 days of a chicks life.

 Advantages and Benefits

✓ Supports improved hepatic and renal activity

✓ Easy and ready to use

✓ Targeted supply of nutrients

✓ Easy handling and dosing

✓ Improves the assimilation of the nutrient

Feeding Instructions

Broiler Chicks

Day 1 to Day 3 – include in clean drinking water at 1 litre per 1000 litres of water. At this stage of a birds life it is changing from being a fat metaboliser to a largely starch metaboliser. Chicks go from living on the yolk inside the egg and then absorbing the remaining contents of the yolk sac for the first days of life and changing to a largely cereal based diet relatively low in fat. This is a severe metabolic shock and normally results in low feed consumption for the first few days, however water is consumed at this time. The use of Hepatobooster for these days supports liver function and helps birds to start eating. All intake improvements help overall crop performance.

Change of Feeds:

Use for 3 days when changing feeds. It is normal to change broiler feeds at approx day 14 and day 21. In both cases it is from a lower fat to a higher fat diet – this again puts pressure on the birds metabolism and especially the liver. Disturbances to feed intake can occur at these times.

Layers and Breeder Hens

As a flock of laying hens progresses through lay there is a tendency for birds to accumulate substantial deposits of fat in the liver. This may impede the activity of the liver in its function of metabolising undesirable substances. As a flock ages this can often lead to reduced productivity and an increase in mortality.

Include in clean drinking water at 1 litre per 1000 litres of water.

Consult your veterinary surgeon before use.

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