Chick'N Balm

 Helps maintain the health of leg scales, foot and comb by emolliating the skin
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 Animal health product NN.G7U9

 Helps maintain the health of leg scales, foot and comb by emolliating the skin. To keep the skin of the legs, foot and comb soft and supple during cold periods.

 Active ingredients per dose (5ml/ teaspoon):

Vitamin E :0.0025g, Lavandula angustifolia : 0.015 g, Rosemary oil: 0.005, Calendula officinalis : 0.03215 g, Ferrous sulfate :0.00035 g, Sulphur : 0.125 g

Non-medicinal ingredients: Beeswax, Coconut oil, Shea Butter.

Recommended for hens, chickens, turkeys and poultry.

  • Helps heal legs.
  • 100% natural
  • Keeps crest, scales and skin supple
  • Prevents frostbite
  • Free of toxic products.
  • Non-toxic for animals


Use 5 to 10 g (1 to 2 teaspoons) depending on the size of the area to be covered. Rub and cover legs, foot and comb evenly. Apply 1 to 2 times per day.

Benefits of Sulfur ointment:

Sulfur ointment can be considered a safe, effective and less expensive topical option in the treatment of scabies. (Scabies (Knemidocoptes mutans) is an ectoparasite: Ertugrul G, Aktas H. Comparison of sulfur ointment and permethrin treatments in scabies. Dermatol Ther. 2022 Dec;35(12):e15897. doi: 10.1111/dth.15897. Epub 2022 Oct 17. PMID: 36193643. 

Scabies is an ectoparasitic parasite.The scaly leg mite, Knemidocoptes mutans, is a small, spherical, sarcoptic mite that usually tunnels into the tissue under the scales of the legs. Topical application of permethrin, crotamiton and sulfur proved equally effective after 4 weeks' follow-up. Sulfur is much less costly. Mila-Kierzenkowska C, Woźniak A, Krzyżyńska-Malinowska E, Kałużna L, Wesołowski R, Poćwiardowski W, Owcarz M. Comparative Efficacy of Topical Pertmehrin, Crotamiton and Sulfur Ointment in Treatment of Scabies. J Arthropod Borne Dis. 2017 Mar 14;11(1):1-9. PMID: 29018829; PMCID: PMC5629290.

The benefits of essential oils

Due to their excellent repellent properties, essential oils are a valid alternative to chemical pesticides for pest control. Among other things, they are recognized for their antibacterial, antifungal, antiviral, insecticidal and antioxidant properties. I.S. Nechita et al (2015).

Essential oils have great potential for the control of Dermanyssus gallinae, (also known as the red mite) and are known to possess diverse bio efficiencies such as ovicidal, repellent and biocidal activities against various harmful arthropods. Soon-Il Kim et al (2004).

Caution: Do not use on cats. Do not use in gravid animals. Do not exceed recommended dose

Caution: A withdrawal period is not required when the product is used in accordance with label guidelines.

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