A balanced combination of essential vitamins and minerals to optimize health and vitality in a palatable, economical pellet.
- Product Features
- Key Ingredients
- Pack Sizes
- Directions For Use
- Dosage Rates
- Important Notes
- Local Stockists
- Ideal feed supplement for racing, high performance, breeding and pleasure horses.
- Comprehensive supply of fat and water soluble vitamins.
- Chelated trace minerals for improved nutrient absorption across the intestinal lining.
- Highly palatable source of vitamins and minerals.
- Contains high levels of B-group vitamins which are required for optimal energy provision and optimal carbohydrate metabolism. B-group vitamins are not stored in the body and require daily supplementation, particularly for horses under strenuous work.
- High levels of Vitamin E and selenium which provide immune and antioxidant benefits for horses experiencing ongoing muscle soreness.
- Provides minerals required for connective tissue development in mares and foals.
- Provides electrolytes which are lost in the highest quantities via equine sweat.
- Pelleted form reduces adverse reactions to powders and easily identified within a mixed feed.
- Easily mixed into the ration.
|Calcium 88.93g||Phosphorus 25.2g|
|Sodium 27.37g||Copper 1500mg|
|Zinc 5000mg||Manganese 4580mg|
|Iodine 76mg||Cobalt 8mg|
|Selenium 4mg||Choline 3.52g|
|Vitamin A 100000IU||Vitamin D3 13000IU|
|Vitamin E 12000IU||Vitamin B1 820mg|
|Vitamin B2 884g||Vitamin B3 3.78g|
|Vitamin B6 1310mg||Pantothenate 1270mg|
|Vitamin B12 3400mg||Folic acid 390mg|
3kg & 15kg
Directions For Use
Mix Ranvet Ration Balancer Pellet thoroughly through the feed. A measure is provided. One level measure holds 30g Ration Balancer Pellet.
Resting and light work 30g daily; Moderate to heavy work 60g daily.
Excessive copper and cobalt is toxic. This product is contraindicated for use unless copper and/or cobalt deficiency is confirmed. Excessive tissue levels of Selenium is toxic. Care should be taken to avoid over-supplementation, if selenium levels are high this product should not be used. Selenium status can be determined by consulting your veterinarian.