Senior
 

Senior

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  • 40lb

Omega-3 Fatty Acids

Higher levels of omega-3 fatty acids to boost energy for elderly horses.

Trace Element Sources

-Mixture of inorganic and organic zinc, manganese, & copper for improved mineral absorption and optimization of hindgut digestion.

B-Vitamin Enrichment

Higher levels of added biotin, riboflavin, and thiamine for elderly horses.

Yeast Concentrate

Diamond-V XPC yeast concentrate included as an added source of B-vitamins and other nutrients.

Energy Dense

Greater levels of flax fiber, higher oil content for increased energy density.

Antioxidants

Higher levels of vitamins A and C and natural flaxseed lignums and molasses melanoidins as antioxidants for the aging horse.

Electrolytes

Increased electrolyte levels for senior horses.

Crude Protein (Min.) 13%
Crude Fat (Min.) 12%
Crude Fiber (Max) 3%
Calcium (Min.) 1.4% (Max) 1.9%
Phosphorus (Min.) 0.6%
Magnesium (Min.) 0.4%
Potassium (Min.) 1.4%
Salt (Min.) 3.5% (Max) 4.5%
Cobalt (Min.) 1 ppm
Copper (Min.) 150 ppm
Iodine (Min.) 6 ppm
Manganese (Min.) 600 ppm
Selenium (Min.) 2 ppm
Zinc (Min.) 600 ppm
Vitamin A (Min.) 30,000 IU/LB
Vitamin C (Min.) 250 MG/LB
Vitamin D (Min.) 6,000 IU/LB
Vitamin E (Min.) 750 IU/LB
Biotin (Min.) 10 MG/LB
Riboflavin (Min.) 20 MG/LB
Thiamin (Min.) 50 MG/LB

Provide free choice as a supplement to horses of all sizes at the rate of one block for each 1 to 10 head. When group feeding, place blocks in pen or pasture to minimize competition and assure easy accessibility. Mature horses normally consume approximately 1 to 3 pounds per head daily. Consumption may vary depending on climate, forage quality, forage availability, accessibility to other feeds, size, condition and/or age of horses. In situations where increased intake is desired, reduce access to other sources of supplemental energy such as grain or other feed supplements. Provide access to fresh water at all times.

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