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Vitamins and mineral salts to give your horse extra strength. Mineral supplements for horses.
Conditioner Pills contain a carefully proportioned combination of vitamins and mineral salts to give your horse extra strength and to provide protection against deficienty. Any strenuous efforts on the part of the horse puts heavy stress on its vitamin count. Regular use of Conditioner Pills will protect your horse from such deficiencies. A healthy and sleek coat will tell you that your horse is in good shape.
Recommended dosage: for lage horses 6 tablespoons once a day for four weeks, for small horses foals and yearlings 5 tablespoons once a day for four weeks, for racehorses and eventers 5 tablespoons once a day for four weeks before a race or tournament and continuing for four weeks after the event. - 1 (measuring) spoonful = approx. 15 g.
Composition: Calcium carbonate, maize (cracked), monocalcium phosphate, wheat germ, wheat middlings, disodium phosphate, sodium chloride, canola oil, dextrose, sugar beet molasses, magnesium oxide.
Ingredients: 12.5% calcium, 4% phosphorus, 5% sodium, 0.5% magnesium.
Added ingredients: Nutritional additives: 1,000,000 IU vitamin A (E672); 100,000 IU vitamin D3 (E671); 1,500 mg of vitamin E (DL-alpha-tocopheryl acetate); 1,200 mg vitamin B1; 1,500 mg vitamin B2; 300 mg of vitamin B6; 3,300 mcg of vitamin B12; 1,500 mg vitamin C; 4,000 mg choline chloride; 2,800 mg nicotinic acid; 1,000 mg pantothenic; 100 mg of folic acid; 4,000 mcg biotin; 2,000 mg iron (ferrous sulphate monohydrate E1); 270 mg copper (copper II sulfate pentahydrate E4); 1,000 mg Manganese (manganese-II-oxide E5); 1,600 mg zinc (zinc oxide E6); 8 mg of iodine (calcium iodate, anhydrous E2); 6 mg of cobalt (cobalt-II-sulfate heptahydrate E3); 4 mg selenium (organic form from saccharomyces cerevisiae CNCM I-3060 - inactivated selenium yeast - 3b8.10). Feeding note: Because of its relatively high content in vitamins A and D3 as well as trace elements compared to complete feeds, no more than a maximum of 125 g of this mineral feed should be given to horses per animal per day.