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Hubbard Horse Mineral is formulated with a calcium to phosphorus ratio of 1.2:1 making it ideal to be fed to horses fed an alfalfa or alfalfa/grass forage feeding programs. Hubbard Horse Mineral provides the extra vitamins and minerals that are needed during times of stress or when additional nutrients are needed for growth, exercise, or pregnancy/lactation.
Palatable - Hubbard Horse Mineral contains a blend of carefully selected ingredients and intake enhancers to ensure consumption.
Chelated Trace Minerals - Hubbard Horse Mineral contains organic or chelated trace minerals that are more readily absorbed and utilized by the horse, resulting in improved immune response and reduced stress problems.
Compliments Alfalfa/Clover Roughage - A 1.2 to 1 calcium: phosphorus ratio complements high legume-based roughage programs.
Proper Bone Development - Contains excellent levels of copper, zinc, and other essential nutrients for optimal bone and joint development.
Hoof Conditioning - Contains added biotin and organic zinc for hoof integrity and foot health.
Balanced Minerals - Proper mineral supplementation is essential for optimal growth, health, and reproductive performance. Hubbard Horse Mineral is formulated using the most biologically available mineral and vitamin sources, to ensure maximum absorption and utilization, resulting in improved animal performance.
Calcium (Ca), min % 12.5
Calcium, (Ca), max % 15.0
Phosphorus (P), min % 12.0
Salt (NaCl), min-max % 8.0-9.6
Potassium (K), min % 4.0
Copper (Cu), min 150 ppm
Selenium (Se), min 5 ppm
Zinc (Zn), min 510 ppm
Vitamin A, min 88,000 IU/lb.
Hubbard Horse Mineral can be offered free choice to horses on the range or in confinement. Normal intake will be approximately 1 ounce; broodmares, 2 ounces. Hubbard Horse Mineral may also be mixed into complete feed at the rate of 2 ounces per head per day.
Should be fed free choice in a clean, dry mineral feeder.
CAUTION: If animals are starved for salt or mineral, it is advisable to limit the number of minerals until appetite is normal.
NOTE: Individual mineral and vitamin requirements of horses depend on the stage of production (growth, maintenance, gestation, or lactation), size, and age of the animal. Likewise, the mineral and vitamin content of forages varies depending on the geographical location where grown and the stage of forage growth when harvested or consumed by the horse.
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