Vitamin and mineral supplement, containing calcium, protected vitamins
of European origin and easily assimilated trace elements.
Vitamins & Trace-elements
- Broodmares and young stock being fed a cereal and grass/hay based traditional ration, deficient in calcium, vitamins and trace elements.
1 measure (45 g) provides:
- 225 mg of zinc hydroxide
- 90 mg of copper hydroxide
- 135 mg of manganese
- 0.8 mg of iodine
- 0.7 mg of organic selenium
- 20,250 IU of vitamin A
- 2,925 IU of vitamin D3
- 405 mg of vitamin E
- 5.4 mg of vitamin K3
- 22.5 mg of vitamin B1
- 22.5 mg of vitamin B2
- 45 mg of vitamin B3
- 22.5 mg of vitamin B5
- 13.5 mg of vitamin B6
- 0.7 mg of vitamin B8
- 18 mg of vitamin B9
- 0.2 mg of vitamin B12
COMPOSITION / KG
- Zinc (Chloride hydroxide)5,000 mg
- Copper (Chloride tri hydroxide)2,000 mg
- Manganese (Oxide)3,000 mg
- Iodine (Calcium iodate)18.5 mg
- Selenium (Selenomethionine)15 mg
- Vitamin A450,000 IU
- Vitamin D365,000 IU
- Vitamin E9,000 mg
- Vitamin K3120 mg
- Vitamin B1 (Thiamin)500 mg
- Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin)500 mg
- Vitamin B3 (PP or Niacin)1,000 mg
- Vitamin B5 (Pantothenic acid)500 mg
- Vitamin B6 (Pyridoxine)300 mg
- Vitamin B8 (Biotin)15 mg
- Vitamin B9 (Folic acid)400 mg
- Vitamin B12 (Cyanocobalamin)4 mg
- Excipients : calcium carbonate, monocalcium phosphate, barley, maize, magnesium oxide, extruded linseed, extruded soya beans qs 1 kg
- Humidity6 %
- Total Protein5 %
- Crude Oils and Fats3.5 %
- Crude Fibre1.5 %
- Crude Ash63 %
- Calcium18 %
- Phosphorus3 %
- Magnesium4.5 %
- Sodium0.1 %
- The supply of calcium corrects the phosphorus-calcium unbalance of “traditional” cereal and grass/hay based rations.
- The vitamins and trace elements are essential to correct functioning of the organism in foals, young stock, adult horses at rest, in work or breeding stock.
- Copper and zinc are supplied in “hydroxide” form which offers better bio-availability than the inorganic forms (sulphate, oxide, etc.). Furthermore, this particular type of supply protects the vitamins within BREEDING MINERAL. Indeed, these two trace elements are transported within a crystalline matrix structure, that prevents them carrying out their pro-oxidant effect on the vitamins.
- 100% of the selenium provided is in the form of selenomethionine, the principal form under which selenium is stored in the organism. Selenium stemming from this organic source is better assimilated and stored than sodium selenite (inorganic form) or by selenite yeasts enriched in this trace element (another organic form).
- Unable to be synthesised, supplying vitamins A, D and E is indispensable to the correct functioning of the organism. Even if vitamins K and B can be produced by the digestive flora, supplementation is advisable. It avoids any production failure by the flora and optimally covers daily requirements.
Directions for use
Feed by mixing with cereals.
The quantity of BREEDING MINERAL distributed must be in accordance with the quantities of cereals being fed.
|ADULT HORSE (500kg)||RECOMMENDED DOSE (measure/day)||QT OF CEREALS BEING FED (kg/day)|
|Foals from weaning to breaking||2||2 - 2,5|
|Gestation 1 - 8 months||1 - 2||1 - 2|
|Gestation 9 – 11 months||2||2 - 3|
|Lactation 1 – 3 months||2 - 3||3,5 - 4,5|
|Lactation + 3 months||1 - 2||2,5 - 4|
For ponies, divide the doses by 2.
- This product must not be distributed if a concentrate/compound feed containing good amounts of calcium, vitamins and trace elements is already being fed in sufficient quantity.
- If the ration contains alfalfa (lucerne) (in the form of forage or dehydrated pellets) it is preferable to use OLIGOVIT MINERAL.
- Because of high levels of trace elements (including selenium) and vitamins present, respect the recommendations for use.