Equi-Max Crumble Equine Vitamin & Mineral Supplement is designed using a weather-resistant technique, which was initially launched as a result of identifying each of the problems and concerns of conventional methods of supplementing essential vitamins and minerals to horses, then addressing each issue and incorporating a solution into a single, clearly superior product.
Other products available include mash minerals, hot-pelleted minerals and various tubs and blocks as well as liquid supplements. When comparing these to Equi-Max on a head to head basis, you can clearly see the superiority of Equi-Max. More importantly, you can clearly see the advantages for your horses!
No added iron makes this product ideal for horses with metabolic disorders.
Cold Processed to avoid damaging (through heat or chemical means) sensitive nutrients such as vitamins, chelates, yeasts, flavours, enzymes and micronutrients.
Crumbled to maintain a uniform blend of ingredients and avoid ingredient separation. Crumbling also avoids airborne loss during handling, feeding and exposure to the elements including wind and moisture. There is no need for expensive mineral feeders.
Special Formulation Standards, although not required on the label, Equi-Max includes:
a) Chelated sources of manganese zinc and copper to maximize bio-availability and absorption by your horses and reduce potential neutralization by influences such as water or other feeds.
b) Live yeast culture helps maintain equine health and stimulate optimal digestive capability.
c) Complete B Vitamin package including B12, Thiamine, Riboflavin, Pantothenic Acid, Niacin, Folic Acid, Biotin, Pyridoxine and Choline.
Feeding Directions: Equi-Max Crumble Equine Vitamin & Mineral Supplement is part of the Grand Prix line of equine products. Feed at a rate of 200 grams per head per day. Mix thoroughly into the complete feed/grain portion of the diet. Allow free access to good quality dust free hay, clean water and salt (mineral) block. Feeding vitamins other than Vitamins A, D, E, riboflavin, pyridoxine and thiamine to horses may not have a beneficial health effect.
Calcium (act) 9.00 %
Phosphorus (act) 6.00 %
Salt (act) 7.50 %
Sodium (act) 3.00 %
Magnesium (act) 1.6 %
Manganese (act) 2,590 mg/kg
Copper (act) 1,010 mg/kg
Zinc (act) 3,390 mg/kg
Iodine (act) 25 mg/kg
Cobalt (act) 1.3 mg/kg
Fluorine (act) 587 mg/kg
Vitamin A (min) 400,000 IU/kg
Vitamin D (min) 40,000 IU/kg
Vitamin E (min) 4,500 IU/kg
Vitamin K (min) 135 mg/kg
Vitamin B12 (min) 400 mcg/kg
Thiamine (min) 135 mg/kg
Riboflavin (min) 400 mg/kg
Pantothenic Acid(min) 300 mg/kg
Niacin (min) 650 mg/kg
Folic Acid (min) 200 mg/kg
Biotin (min) 20,000 mcg/kg
Pyridoxine (min) 235 mg/kg
Choline (min) 852 mg/kg
Contains Supplemental Selenium at 12.5 mg/kg