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Morton’s plain or white salt blocks are compressed from vacuum granulated salt, fine solar salt, or fine rock salt. The appearance is white to crystalline with a smooth glossy surface. There are no additives. Plain agricultural salt blocks are used primarily for animal feeding.
Morton Plain Salt Brick for free-choice livestock feeding in feedlots, and on pastures and ranges where grain, forage, and water is often deficient in sodium chloride and iodine. Lactating animals require further supplements due to excretion in milk. Salt deficiency reduces growth, weight gain, and milk production. Bricks are for feeding in stalls, stanchions, or on pasture posts. For all classes of cattle, sheep, and horses.
Crude Protein, min % 14.0
Crude Fat, min % 6.0
Crude Fiber, max % 10.0
Calcium (Ca), min % 0.7
Calcium, (Ca), max % 1.2
Phosphorus (P), min % 0.6
Zinc (Zn), min 220 ppm
Copper (Cu), min 45 ppm
Selenium (Se), min 0.6 ppm
Vitamin A, min 4,000 IU/lb.
Vitamin D, min 400 IU/lb.
Vitamin E, min 100 IU/lb.
Feed Summit Active to growing, breeding and working performance horses for maintenance. Follow the suggested feeding program below. A constant supply of clean, fresh water is necessary for optimum results.
Suggested Feeding Program:
Feed according to the following chart along with good quality hay/pasture (1.0 - 2 lbs./100 lbs. of body weight), free choice mineral and fresh, clean water.
Please note: These amounts are suggestions and may be adjusted according to forage quality, body condition and environment.
Amount to Feed/Per Day
(1000 lb. Horse)
Maintenance 3.0-5.0 lbs.
Performance Light 5.0-7.0 lbs.
Performance Moderate 7.0-9.0 lbs.
Performance Heavy 8.0-10.0 lbs.
Early Pregnancy 3.5-8.0 lbs.
Late Pregnancy 6.0-10 lbs.
Summit Active should be fed with at least 1% of body weight per day of good quality forage. Maximizing the contribution of forage reduces digestive upset.
Do not feed more than 5 pounds in a single feeding.
Provide free choice access to fresh, clean water.
Level of intake will vary depending on desired growth rate, level of activity, age, season and quantity and quality of available forage.
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