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Horse Vitamins and Minerals
Equine Nutritional Supplement
More Nutrition For The Money!
Griffith Farms · 34440 State Route 7 · Pomeroy,
|Call: (740) 992-5782 · E-mail: email@example.com
a good vitamin / mineral supplement for your horse or pony?
the ingredient analysis on this one and give me a call at 740-992-5782.
Vitamin and Mineral Supplement For Horses
Calcium (Ca) min.
Calcium (Ca) max.
Phosphorus (P) min.
Sulfur (S) min.
Magnesium (Mg) min.
Potassium (K) min.
Zinc (Zn) min.
Manganese (Mn) min.
Copper (Cu) min.
Iodine (I) min.
Cobalt (Co) min.
Selenuim (Se) min.
VITAMIN POTENCY (min. per pound)
300,000 Int. Units
30,000 Int. Units
700 Int. Units
Phosphate, Dicalcium Phosphate, Calcium Carbonate, Dried Cane Molasses,
Magnesium Sulfate, Potassium Sulfate, Magnesium Oxide, Mineral Oil,
Salt, Vitamin A Supplement, Vitamin D-3 Supplement, Vitamin E Supplement,
Minadione Dimethylpyrimidinol Bisulfite (source of Vitamin K Activity),
Vitamin B-12 Supplement, Riboflavin Supplement, Niacin Supplement,
Calcium Pantothenate, Choline Chloride, Ferrous Sulfate, Manganous
Oxide, Zinc Oxide, Copper Sulfate, Cobalt Carbonate, Calcium Iodate,
Sodium Selentite, Artificial Flavor.
MIX IN RATION
Mix Premix in the grain mix at a rate of 40 lbs. per ton. Feed
the resulting mix at a rate of 4.5 to 9.0 lbs. per head daily.
Top dress 1-1/2 to 3 ounces of Premix over the grain
Premix can be offered free-choice with free choice
salt or as a mixture of equal parts salt and Premix. Salt can
be offered free choice to horses at all times.
Premix contains only 1 percent salt. Additional salt should be
mixed in the ration or fed free-choice.
CAUTION: Follow label directions. The addition to feed of higher
levels of this premix containing selenium is not permitted.
Note: A standard quarter cup measure holds approximately 2 ounces
of Premix when slightly rounded.
Griffith - Equine Nutritional and Farm Management Consultant
Ohio State University - 1974
been doing equine and livestock nutritional and farm management
consulting work all across the United States since the early 80's.
She is a 1974 graduate of The Ohio State University, College of
Agriculture, with a Bachelor of Science degree in Animal Science.
She returned to obtain a second degree in Agricultural Education,
and her Master's work is in Large Animal Nutrition and physiology.
Karen also has served as head research associate for the O.S.U.
Surgical Research Department.
Professional equine articles by Karen Griffith have appeared in
many top equine publications.
Karen served as Equine Science director for the Delaware City-County
Joint Vocational School, Delaware, Ohio. She developed the curriculum
for the program which included anatomy, nutrition, parasite control,
reproductive physiology, stable and farm management, stallion
and mare management, sales, farm promotion and advertising, western
and English riding, and the breaking and training of young horses.
She coached their horse judging team to a State Championship and
Top National Status. During this busy time, Karen also served
as coach and riding instructor for Ohio Wesleyan University in
Karen was a livestock nutritionist and field manager for the Furst-McNess
Co., of Freeport, Illinois. Here she was responsible for the success
and nutritional programs of over 100 dairy, beef, hog, and horse
operations including the entire West Virginia State Farm Commission.
Karen was breeding top quality Paint horses before the Paint Horse
Association was ever founded. Her first great foundation Paint
mare was born in 1959. (The APHA was formed in 1963.) In 1973
when Atahi arrived on the scene, the bar was raised as to the
quality of horses with "color". Her horses have been
a major competitive factor in the industry. Karen's breeding program
has produced some of the most successful horses and ponies to
be found in North America to this date.
Want to see your farm turn a profit? Make your own breeding or
sales operation profitable. To find out how to speak with Karen
Griffith personally, click on the underlined text: Paint
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