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How should I condition my gamefowls before their fights?

There are things to consider before you start conditioning your gamefowls. Check out this video for a conditioning management tutorial from our Salto Specialist.
You can also message us if you want a copy of our 21-day conditioning program guide!

Which Salto product should I feed to my gamefowls?

The type of feeds that you should give to your gamefowls depends on their age. There are feeds for chicks (1-30 days old), baby stags (1-4 months old), stags (4-6 months old), bullstags/cocks (6 months old and up), and breeding materials.

To know which product is best for your gamefowls, click on the link for the complete list of Salto feeds or send us a message!

Can you share my Salto Story on your Facebook Page?

Your Salto Story may be featured in our Facebook Page!

Just send us a message and hit the Share Your Salto Stories button. After filling up the information required, write your message and include a photo of your gamefowl.

How can I become one of your dealers?

You can become a Salto dealer in your area! Send us a message so our team can assist you in starting your partnership with Salto Gamefowl Feeds.

What are the common diseases of gamefowls and how do we prevent/cure them?

There are various illnesses that gamefowls can get from their surroundings. To learn more about gamefowl diseases, view the Common Diseases category of our FAQs page.

You can also seek help from our Salto Specialists who are very willing to accommodate your inquiries. Message us on our Facebook Page by and send us your questions regarding the health of your gamefowls! Just type in "CHAT" and click "Salto Specialist'".

When will you conduct a seminar in our area?

We conduct events in many local areas around the country! You can keep yourself updated on our upcoming seminars by checking our Facebook Events section for the schedules.

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For how much do you sell your products?

The prices of our products vary depending on the retail stores. We can help you find the nearest store to you that you may directly contact. Send us a message now!

How can I know the bloodline of my gamefowls?

Gamefowl bloodlines vary depending on certain characteristics like appearance, speed, aggressiveness, fighting style and abilities.

Go to our Bloodline page to know the bloodline of your gamefowls.

Where can I buy your products?

Salto Gamefowl Feeds are available in most areas nationwide. You can avail our products from local agrivet stores and agricenters near you. Send us a message and we'll help you find Salto dealers in your location!

How do you select good breeds?

The breeds should conform to the standards of breed

  • Bright red to red-orange eyes
  • Good feathering
  • Good structure and balance
  • Good body conformation
  • Good health record
  • Good winning record

What are the types of gamefowl breeding?

There are two types of gamefowl breeding. These are In-Breeding and Cross Breeding

What is In-Breeding?

IN-BREEDING is where you breed related gamebirds. This produces breeder materials. It also purifies traits or characteristics.

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What is Cross Breeding?

CROSS BREEDING is when you breed with different bloodlines of gamebirds. It produces battle crosses. They have hybrid vigor and the offspring are better than the parents.

What are the different types of Bloodline?
What are the features of a Roundhead?

Roundhead gamefowls are considered as ring generals, characteristically flyers and agile, and all around athletes with superb cutting ability.

What are the features of a Hatch?

Hatch gamefowls are known for their power and gameness. They are medium stationed, peacombed (some straight combed), and are either green or yellow legged.

What are the features of a Grey?

Grey gamefowls are green, yellow or white legged; sometimes with yellow, silver duck wings; straight comb or peacombed; are medium to low stationed; are known for power and gameness.

What are the features of a Kelso?

Kelso gamefowls are straight comb or pea combed; are medium to high station; they are known for excellent cutting, deliberate hitting; and they are body punchers.

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What are the features of a Claret?

The Claret gamefowl are mostly mostly straight comb,black breasted and wine red color. They possess white streaks on wings and tails. Clarets are usually white-legged. Popular for being one of the keenest cutting roosters, single strikers and aggressive hitters. Most of all fast, smart and know to break high and can last long in fights.

What are the features of Gold?

Gold gamefowl is distinctive for their golden color. The Golds are said to come from throwbacks of the Lemons. They are brainy and with timing type of fighters.

What are the features of Gull?

Gull gamefowl is known to be a derivative of the Whitehackles. They are always come with straight comb. Gulls are known for their accurate cutting and agressive style of fighting. Usually breeders infused their existing lines to improve gameness.

What are the features of Dom?

The Dom gamefowl is short for Dominique bloodline. They are distinct for their checkered-like feather pattern. Doms are known for their cutting prowess and agressive disposition and they are best crossed with hatches and whitehackle derivatives.

What are the features of Black?

Black gamefowl are known for their speed and cutting and notable as shuffler type of fowl.

What are the features of White?

The White gamefowl are known for their high flying style of fighting. They are distinct for their white color, sometimes comes in pure white, while some have a dash of red or black.

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What are the features of Henny?

The Henny gamefowl are believed to have originated from jungle fowls in india. They are distinct for their hen-like appearance. Known for their speed and good cutting ability.

What are the features of Muff?

The Muff gamefowl are distinct for its feather on its face. They are known for its agressive fighting style. Muff has good accuracy and cutting ability.

What are the features of Sweater?

The Sweater gamefowl are famous on their pumpkin orange-colored feathers with tails with white streamers. Sweaters are are well rounded fighters known for their swarming style of fighting where they swarm their opponent with barrage of multiple attacks.

What are the features of Blueface?

The Blueface gamefowl is a special strain of hatches, knownbecause of their pale-faced appearance. They are always a straight comb, green-legged with a lem hackled ring. Nnotable for their gameness and cutting ability.

What are the features of Yellow-legged Hatch

  • Always comes yellow-legged
  • Peacomb or straight comb, dark or light red
  • Deadly accurate cutters
  • Have deep game and possess very powerful legs
  • Known to have endurance in drag fights

What are the features of a Lemon?

Lemon gamefowls has become the base used by most Bacolod breeders. They are instinctive and have a precise sense of timing when clipping opponents in mid-air and throwing fatal punches or counterpunches.

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What should I feed my chicks?

You should feed your chicks with either Salto Chick Booster or Gallimax 1 Booster.

How should I feed my chicks with Salto Chick Booster?

Salto Chick Booster is fortified with Growth Boosters to help in balanced bone and muscle development. Plus ImmunoDigest properties to ensure a healthier gut for full absorption of essential nutrients and stronger immune system for protection against diseases.

How should I feed my chicks with Gallimax 1 Booster?

Gallimax 1 Booster is fortified with growth boosters to help balance the bone and muscle development. Packed with enzymes and highly digestible ingredients for full absorption of all essential nutrients. • For your chicks ages 1 to 30 days. • Feed your chicks as desired. • Available in 50kg

What vitamins should I give to my chicks?

For 1 to 30 days: Vitamins A, D, E For 1 to 3 months: Vitamins A, D, E; B-Complex; Electrolytes (during hot weather conditions)

When should I start deworming my chicks?

You need to start giving dewormer to chicks 1 month old.

What are the types of vaccination my chicks need?

There are two types of vaccination: against (1) viral diseases; and (2) bacterial diseases.

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What is Newcastle Disease (ND) vaccine?

Newcastle Disease is a contagious viral bird disease affecting many domestic and wild avian species. The ND vaccine - Lasota, B1b1, Clon must be given to 1-day, 12-day, 24-day chicks and then repeat every 6 months for booster via Intra Ocular route.

What is Infectious Bursal Disease (IBD) vaccine?

The IBD vaccines (classic and intermediate) must be given to 1-day, 7-day and 21-day via Oral.

What is Infectious Bronchitis (IB) vaccine?

The IB vaccines (classic and variant) must be given to 1-day and 12-day via Intra Ocular.

What is Mareks vaccine?

Mareks vaccine must be given to day old chick via subcutaneous injection.

What is Coryza vaccine?

Coryza vaccine must be given to 35-day old chick via intramuscular or subcutaneous injection.

What is Mycoplasma vaccine?

Mycoplasma vaccine must be given to 45-day chick via subcutaneous injection.

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What are the types of brooding management?

There are two types of brooding management: (1) hen brooding; and (2) artificial brooding

What is hen brooding?

Hen brooding is the natural method of letting a hen take care of the newly hatched chicks on its own. With too many disease challenges that are present in farms, we do not recommend this method as we put the newly hatched chicks at a great risk of contracting a disease that the hens might harbor.

What is artificial brooding?

Artificial brooding is the recommended way of brooding especially to increase productivity. Proper housing or shelter should be given to the newly hatched chicks. Ensure that they also receive the proper temperature.

What is Fowlpox vaccine?

Fowlpox vaccine must given to 18-day-old chick via wingweb.

What should I feed my baby stags?

You should use the following for your baby stags:

  • Salto Baby Stag Developer (1-3 mos.)
  • Gallimax 2 (1-4 mos.)

How should I feed my baby stags with Salto Baby Stag Developer?

Salto Baby Stag Developer contains the ideal amount of vitamin B-complex to combat the stress of the transition from brooding to ranging. Packed with coccidia inhibitor to protect the chicks from coccidioses during ranging.

  • For your Baby Stag ages 1 to 3 months
  • Average body weight must be 250-300g to 600-800g.
  • Feed baby stags as desired
  • Available in 1kg and 50kg

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How should I feed my baby stags with Gallimax 2?

Helps in the development of bones, muscles and connective tissues crucial to achieve ideal body frame.

  • For gamebirds ages to 1-3 months, feeds as desired.
  • For ages 3-4 months, feed 50g-100g daily.
  • Available in 50kg

What vitamins should I give to my stags?

These are the recommended vitamins for stags [3 to 6 months old]: Vitamin D; B-Complex; Minerals (calcium, phosphorus) Electrolytes (during hot weather conditions)

What is free ranging?

Free ranging is the stage where we release the gamebirds in a natural environment to give them an abundance of space to move around which will enhance their development both in body and instinct.

When should I transfer my gamebirds to a free range area?

After reaching a month old, it is best to put the cockerels and pullets in a free range area.

How should I select a range area?

The free range area must meet the following criteria: ✔️ Should be separate from any adult birds ✔️ Rolling terrain ✔️ Good water drainage ✔️ Good grass coverage ✔️ Presence of trees to provide natural shelter ✔️ Has supply of fresh and clean water ✔️ Location should keep the birds safe from predators

What should I feed my stags?

You should use the following for your stags: • Salto Stag Developer (4-6 mos.) • Gallimax 2+ (4-6 mos.) • Powermix 1 (6 mos. and above)

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How should I feed my stags with Salto Stag Developer?

Salto Stag Developer is specially formulated for the development of bones, muscles and connective tissues crucial to achieve ideal body frame. Combined with the right amount of grains and grits to promote gizzard development at the same time gives supplemental minerals. • For your Stag ages 4-6 months • Average body weight must be 600-800g to 800-1000g (4 mons); 800-1000g to 1.2-1.5kg (6 mons) • Feed your stags 66g-100g daily • Available in 1kg and 50kg

How should I feed my stags with Gallimax 2+?

Gallimax 2+ helps in developing the bones, muscles and connective tissues crucial to achieve ideal body frame. With the right amount of grains to promote gizzard developement.

  • For gamebirds ages 4-6 months,
  • Feed 50-100g daily
  • Available in 50kg

How should I feed my stags with Powermix 1?

Powermix 1 is a high energy combination of pellet and selected grains for game birds in the cord area. It supports and increases metabolism and enhances the immune system in the body. • For your gamebirds ages 6 months and above give 80g-100g daily. • Available in 50kg

What vitamins should I give to my stags?

These are the recommended vitamins for stags [4 to 6 months old]: Vitamin D; B-Complex; Minerals (calcium, phosphorus) Electrolytes (during hot weather conditions)

What is hardening?

Hardening is the process of harvesting mature or highly aggressive stags from the range and transferring them to individual pens. Stags are prepared to be corded in the area where other mature gamebirds are placed. Birds are corded to get used to the tie-cord that will help avoid lameness when brought in the corded area.

When should I start hardening my stags?

Hardening should start when your gamebirds reach 4 to 6 months old.

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What is cording?

During cording stage, stags are transferred to the cord area/field where long cord, usually 6ft long, is used per stag. You need to ensure that your gamebirds have a proper shelter and fresh clean water to avoid dehydration.

When should I start cording my stags?

You can start cording your gamefowls 10-14 days after hardening.

What should I feed my gamefowls during maintenance stage?

You can use the following for your gamefowls during maintenance period:

  • Powermax 2
  • Powermax 4
  • Gallimax 3

How should I feed my gamefowls with Powermax 2?

Powermax 2 is a perfect combination of high density pellet and carefully selected grains for gamebirds during maintenance stage. It supports and increases metabolism and enhances the immune system in the body.

  • For your gamebirds ages 6 months and above give 80g-100g daily.
  • Available in 50kg

How should I feed my gamefowls with Powermax 4?

Powermax 4 is a balanced mix of premium grains to achieve the right level of protein, energy, vitamins and trace minerals for easy achievement of the desired game bird's body condition. Recommended for use during maintenance period.

  • For your gamebirds, mix with Salto Maintenace or Salto Conditioner at 50:50 ratio, give 80g-100g daily.
  • Available in 50kg

How should I feed my gamefowls with Gallimax 3?

Gallimax 3 Maintenance contains the right amount of amino acids and trace minerals that promotes strong bones and muscles.

  • For 6 months and up, mix Gallimax with Powermix 4 in 50:50 ratio
  • Feed gamebirds 80g-100g daily
  • Available in 50kg

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What vitamin should I give to my gamefowls for maintenance?

You should give Vitamin B- Complex to your gamefowls during maintenance stage.

What medicine/s should I use to cure digestive forms of diseases in my gamefowls?

GENERIC: Sulfa based antibiotics PILMICO: Moxilisitin; Enfloxcin 100 (available 4/18)

What medicine/s should I use to cure respiratory diseases in my gamefowls?

GENERIC: Penicillin, Macrolides PILMICO: Moxilisitin; BIO B12 it comes in 20g pack size ideal for backyard operation; Losin MSP (available 4/18)

What medicine/s should I use to cure protozoal diseases in my gamefowls?

GENERICS: Toltrazuril, Amprolium PILMICO: Toltrazuril 2.5%

What medicine/s should I use to cure fungal diseases in my gamefowls?

GENERIC: Miconazole

What medicine/s should I use to cure parasitic diseases in my gamefowls?

GENERIC: Internal - Praziquantel, albendazole; External - permethrins PILMICO: Virbamec LA

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What should I use to disinfect my gamefarm?

You may use Virbaguard and Dualguard to disinfect your gamefarm.

What is Virbaguard?

Virbaguard contains potassium peroxymonosulfate, malic acid, sulfamic acid. Use for disinfection in animal production.

What is Dualguard?

Dualguard is effective against bacteria and viruses including bird flu H5N1, Gumboro's disease, and foot & mouth disease (FMD). It is ideal for use as a disinfectant for surfaces, walls and equipment in slaughter houses, meat processing facilities, animal feed factories, and breeder farms. It can also be mixed with water for disinfection ponds. Use the product at a dilution of 1:200.

What is conditioning?

Conditioning is the method that prepares fowls to battle in the pit, to maximize their potential fighting capabilities.

What should I feed my gamefowls during conditioning stage?

You may feed your gamebirds with the following for the conditioning stage:

  • Salto Conditioner
  • Powermix 3
  • Powermix 4

How should I feed my gamefowls with Salto Conditioner?

Salto Conditioner is armed with power enhancers, l-carnitine, creatine, thiamine and ubiquinone for readily available energy needed during training and fighting. It provides maximum stamina, agility, and power for optimal pit dominace.

  • For your gamefowl throughout the conditioning period, 8-10 months
  • Average body weight must be 1.7-2.4 kgs
  • Give 40-50g daily in 50:50 ratio with Powermix 4
  • Available only in 1kg

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How should I feed my gamefowls with Powermax 3?

Powermax 3 is a perfect combination of high density pellet and carefully selected grains for gamebirds during pre-conditioning stage. It supports and increases metabolism and enhances the immune system in the body.

  • For your gamebirds ages 6 months and above give 80g-100g daily.
  • Available in 50kg

How should I feed my gamefowls with Powermax 4?

Powermax 4 is a balanced mix of premium grains to achieve the right level of protein, energy, vitamins and trace minerals for easy achievement of the desired gamebird's body condition. Recommended for use during maintenance period.

  • For your gamebirds, mix with Salto Maintenace or Salto Conditioner at 50:50 ratio, give 80g-100g daily.
  • Available in 50kg

What is Salto Gamefarm Manager App?

Salto Gamefarm Manager App is a digital initiative by Salto Gamefowl Feeds that enables gamefowl breeders to manage and overview their farms even remotely. First of its kind in the industry, the Salto Gamefarm Manager App is an easier, more convenient way to record and monitor gamefarm updates - anytime, anywhere.

What can I do with the Salto Gamefarm Manager App?

With Salto Gamefarm Manager App, you can input all your gamefarm data and monitor your gamefowls during breeding, chick management, stag development, maintenance and conditioning season. You can also analyze your farm's productivity and record all the notes you're going to need in the future.

Is there a tutorial for beginners?

Yes, we do have an app tutorial for you. Check it out here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zQMq2Qfn_RU

Where can I find more information about the app?

If you want to know more about the app, just go to: https://salto.com.ph/salto-gamefarm-manager-app/

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What devices are supported?

Salto Gamefarm Manager App can be accessed through your smartphones, tablets, and PCs. However, it can't be used with Internet Explorer and is still not optimized for Edge browser.

Is my phone compatible with the Salto Gamefarm Manager App?

Any iOS or Android device is compatible with the Salto Gamefarm Manager app.

Can I use the Salto Gamefarm Manager App offline?

Yes, the app is also accessible offline.

What languages are supported?

The Salto Gamefarm Manager app is currently available in English only.

How do I download the Salto Gamefarm Manager App for iPhone?

  1. Go to Safari and type in https://app.salto.com.ph
  2. Click the Share button, select 'Add to Home Screen'
  3. Confirm the details in the pop-up and select Yes to continue.
  4. Your browser will close and return to the Home Screen, showing the app icon.

How do I download the Salto Gamefarm Manager App for Android?

  1. Go to Google Chrome and type in https:app.salto.com.ph
  2. A pop-up notification will appear to ask you to save the app on your Home Screen.
  3. Select Yes to continue. Check your notification panel for the downloaded app and click on the notification to launch the app.

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How do I set up my account?

There are two options in creating your account:

  1.  Click on the Sign Up button below. Fill up the information required on the registration form.
  2. Click on Log in With Facebook.
  3. You'll be redirected to a link that will ask for your confirmation. Fill up the information required on the registration form.
Once done, you will receive an email with your user credentials. Click 'Submit' and you'll be asked to log in the app.

How do I log in the Salto Gamefarm Manager App?

There are two ways to log in the app:

  1. Type in the email address and password you entered in the registration form when you created your account.
  2. Tap on Log in With Facebook button and you'll be redirected to your browser to ask for your confirmation.

Can I share my gamefarm with other users?

Yes, a farm can be monitored by multiple users. However, the accounts that will be given access can only read the farm updates. To share your farm to other users:

  1. Open the Salto Gamefarm Manager app.
  2. Choose a farm.
  3. Click Edit Gamefarm.
  4. Select Add New User.
  5. Fill out the additional user's details in the registration form.
  6. Tap Submit to finish.

Can I share my gamefarm with other users?

Yes, a farm can be monitored by multiple users. However, the accounts that will be given access can only read the farm updates. To share your farm to other users:

  1. Open the Salto Gamefarm Manager app.
  2. Choose a farm.
  3. Click Edit Gamefarm.
  4. Select Add New User.
  5. Fill out the additional user's details in the registration form.
  6. Tap Submit to finish.

Can I manage more than one gamefarm?

Yes, you can add more than one of your gamefarms in the Salto app. To create a new farm:

  1. Go to Menu.
  2. Tap Breeder Management.
  3. Click Manage Gamefarm.
  4. Hit Create New Farm.
  5. After filling in the details, click Save.

Switch to another farm

To switch to another farm:

  1. Go to Menu.
  2. Tap Breeder Management.
  3. Click Manage Gamefarm.
  4. Choose your farm.

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How to use the Module Guide?

The Module Guide will assist you in everything you need to know to start managing your farm through the Salto Gamefarm Manager app. You can follow it step-by-step from 'Add Season' down to the 'Feed Calculator' options. Once you finish all the steps, the Module Guide pop-up will no longer automatically appear. You can skip the guide buy clicking the 'OKAY' button. If you want it to stop showing up, just hit the 'Do not show this guide again' button. If you still need help, just go to Menu, and tap the Module Guide option.

Why can't I log in with my Facebook account?

If you created an account with Facebook but can't relog in, try clearing your browser cache. But if you're still having trouble logging in, we suggest you create a different account through the Sign Up process in the Salto App. Just look for the Sign Up button and fill up the registration form to set up your account.

The app won't respond, what should I do?

If the Salto Gamefarm Manager app stops responding properly, try:

  • Checking your internet connection
  • Clearing your browser cache.
  • Redownloading the app from your browser

How do I change my email address?

Unfortunately, you can't change the email address you registered in your account.

How do I reset my password?

Once you're done registering your account, you will receive a welcome email containing a link where you can reset your Salto password.

How do I change my phone number?

Unfortunately, you can't change the mobile number you registered in your account.

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How do I switch to another Salto Gamefarm Manager account?

To switch to another Salto Gamefarm Manager account:

  1. Go to Menu.
  2. Click View Profile.
  3. Tap Log Out.
  4. Log in with another Salto Gamefarm Manager account.

How do I log out of my account?

To log out of your Salto Gamefarm Manager account:

  1. Go to Menu.
  2. Click View Profile.
  3. Tap Log Out.