EquiMin® Loose Mineral

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EquiMin® Loose Mineral

For horses needing additional mineral supplementation to their existing grain and forage diet. 

  • Designed as a vitamin/mineral supplement for forage-only feeding programs and to balance the diets of horses fed non-fortified or small amounts of grain 
  • Added biotin, yeast culture, prebiotics, probiotics and organic trace minerals for desired nutrient digestion, immune response, and hoof and coat condition
  • Comes in 25 lb. packaged bag

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Guaranteed Analysis

Contains a source of live (viable) naturally occurring microorganisms. 

Please refer to the product tag on bag for ingredient list, complete feeding directions, date code, lot number and most up-to-date guaranteed analysis. 

 

Nutrient Level
Calcium, minimum 15.1%
Calcium, maximum 18.1%
Phosphorus, minimum 8.0%
Copper, minimum 1,000 ppm
Selenium, minimum 32 ppm
Zinc, minimum 4,400 ppm
Vitamin A, minimum 200,000 IU/lb
Vitamin D, minimum 20,000 IU/lb
Vitamin E, minimum 2,000 IU/lb
Biotin, minimum 8 mg/lb
Lactobacillus acidophilus, minimum 7.65 MIL CFU/LB
Lactobacillus casei, minimum 7.65 MIL CFU/LB
Bifidobacterium thermophilum, minimum 7.65 MIL CFU/LB
Enterococcus Faecium, minimum 7.65 MIL CFU/LB
Magnesium, minimum 1.0%
Manganese, minimum 2,400 ppm
Salt, minimum 18.0%
Salt, maximum 21.6%
Sodium, minimum 6.7%
Sodium, maximum 8.0%
Potassium, minimum 0.6 ppm
Iodine, minimum 60 ppm

*NSC (Non-structural Carbohydrates) = Dietary Starch + Sugar

Feeding Instructions

Nutrena® EquiMin® is designed to be top dressed over feed, or be offered free choice as the sole source of salt and other minerals when fed a forage-only diet.

Utilize the following rates:

Horse Average Consumption*
Foal 1 oz.
Yearling / Two-Year-Old 2 oz.
Mature Pony 2 oz.
Mature Show and Pleasure Horse 2 oz.
Broodmare and Stallion 3 oz.
Moderate to Hard-Working Horse** 3 oz.
Lactating Mare 4 oz

* Expected consumption of a horse with the mature body weight of 1,000lbs. 

** Offer additional salt or electrolytes to active horses to offset losses through perspiration. 

 

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