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Purina® Free Balance® 12:12 Vitamin & Mineral Supplement is an excellent choice for horses not receiving a balanced concentrated feed or who could benefit from additional vitamin or mineral fortifications in their diet. Highly palatable, Free Balance® 12:12 Vitamin & Mineral Supplement provides the added vitamins and minerals needed to balance a pasture or hay-only diet.
Free Balance® 12:12 Vitamin & Mineral Supplement is fortified with vitamins and minerals to support strong bones, immune system health and reproductive function. Added antioxidants, including vitamin E, as well as amino acids help support muscle growth and healthy hair coat, skin and hooves. And it has the natural flavoring that horses love.
Free Balance® 12:12 Vitamin & Mineral Supplement contains a weather-resistant Granular Technology Delivery System. This helps prevent the product from absorbing water or blowing out of the feeder, keeping it palatable and available for your horse to eat.
At Purina, we’ve spent more than 100 years developing superior nutrition for horses. After numerous scientific formulations, trials and refinements for our new line of supplements, we’ve found ways to give horses the boost they need to be their best. No more trying to find a supplement that works. No more frustration and expense for ones that under-deliver.
Feed free choice in covered feeders to provide approximately 2 ounces per head per day throughout the year.
Use the scoop provided to top-dress 2 ounces once daily per horse onto regular grain or concentrate.
Set Free Balance® 12:12 Vitamin & Mineral Supplement in a large tub or mineral feeder under shelter or in a run-in shed. Research shows horses consume, on average, 2 ounces per head per day. Horses will eat more than the average some days and less on other days. Some horses will overconsume this supplement when first given free choice. If excessive consumption (more than 4 ounces/day) occurs for longer than two days, remove the supplement for two days, then return to free choice. If overconsumption still occurs, follow directions for measured feeding.
When fed as recommended, Free Balance® 12:12 Vitamin & Mineral Supplement will provide no more than 0.3 ppm selenium to the total diet.
|CALCIUM (CA) (MIN)||12.00%|
|CALCIUM (CA) (MAX)||14.00%|
|PHOSPHOROUS (P) (MIN)||12.00%|
|SALT (NaCl) (MIN)||4.50%|
|SALT (NaCl) (MAX)||5.50%|
|SODIUM (NA) (MIN)||1.75%|
|SODIUM (NA) (MAX)||2.25%|
|POTASSIUM (K) (MIN)||.40%|
|MAGNESIUM (MC) (MIN)||1.20%|
|COPPER (CU) (MIN)||1,740.00 PPM|
|ZINC (ZN) (MIN)||6,900.00 PPM|
|SELENIUM (SE) (MIN)||35.00 PPM|
|SELENIUM (SE) (MAX)||36.00 PPM|
|IODINE (I) (MIN)||40.00 PPM|
|IRON (FE) (MIN)||4,300.00 PPM|
|COBALT (CO) (MIN)||9.00 PPM|
|MANGANESE (MN) (MIN)||3,400.00 PPM|
|SULFER (S) (MIN)||.10%|
|VITAMIN A (MIN)||80,000.00 IU/LU|
|VITAMIN D (MIN)||8,000.00 IU/LU|
|VITAMIN E (MIN)||1,400.00 IU/LU|
Use the scoop provided to top dress 2 ounces once daily per horse onto regular grain or concentrate.
Provide a minimum of 1 pound per 100 pounds body weight per day of hay or the equivalent in pasture.
Follow label directions. Feeding added selenium at levels in excess of 0.3 ppm in the total diet is prohibited. Store in a dry, well-ventilated area protected from rodents and insects. Do not feed moldy or insect-infested feed as it may cause illness or death. This product was made in a feed manufacturing facility that does not handle or store products containing animal proteins prohibited in ruminant feed.