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Vitaquine Equine Suppliments 3 x 33 gallon containers - $100 (Benton City)

We with Equines know how expensive feed has become. Not to mention, the price of extras, like our Suppliments/vitamins/minerals etc. Here your chance to catch a break, on the extras anyway!

I have 3 -33 gallon plastic storage containers of VITAQUINE.
1 -with Biotin added (44 PPM)
1 - with Selenium Added (for a total of 12 PPM)
and
1 - Custom mix (Biotin 44PPM and extra Selenium 12 PPM)
premium grade nutritional supplement is formulated to provide the horse with vital minerals, trace elements, and vitamins needed for proper maintenance, growth, reproduction, and performance.

*would like to sell each 33 gallon container separately for $100 per barrel ~ or shoot me a reasonable offer.

●Pick up in Benton City (bring help to lift or extra storage to split up while moving. They are VERY HEAVY!)
●Cash only
●Text only 5o9.44o.I5I8
●If add is up, it is available.
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The anatomical structure of the horse differs from ruminant animals such as cows in that the digestive system is smaller, requiring nearly a constant intake of small quantities of food; additionally, there is little microbial action (necessary for food digestion) by comparison with ruminants.

This lack of efficiency of nutrient absorption dictates a daily ration high in necessary trace minerals, vitamins A, D, & E, and the entire B-complex spectrum. The trace mineral selenium is very important in equine nutrition, being indicated in improvement of stamina, increase of muscle efficiency, improvement of conception rate, decrease of pregnancy and foaling problems, improvement of growth rate in foals, and aids in coping with stress.

Fed regularly, as recommended, Special Equine Formula provides the horse with excellent supplementation of the vital nutritional factors required for more complete utilization of roughage and grain, improving body conformation, healthier and glossier coats, stronger and healthier hooves, improved endurance, and vibrant good health. Known to help with colicing horses (makes them drink more water). Recommended by Farriers and Vets for healthier horses.



Serving Size: The intended feeding rate is 1 standard measuring cup (8 oz) for mature horses per day (1/3 cup for weanlings and 2/3 cup for yearlings). We recommend 1/3 cup per 350 pound body weight.Regular Formula:Crude ProteinMinimum 5.00%CalciumMinimum 8.00%CalciumMaximum 9.00%Phosphorus (P)Minimum .35%Salt (NaCl)Minimum .50%Salt (NaCl)Maximum 1.00 %Magnesium (Mg)Minimum 3.50%Copper (Cu)Minimum 8 PPMIron (Fe)Minimum 4 PPMZinc (Zn)Minimum 4 PPMManganese (Mn)Minimum 4 PPMSelenium (Se)Minimum 6 PPMVitamin A SupplementMinimum 40,000 IU/LBVitamin D3 SupplementMinimum 9,000 IU/LBVitamin E SupplementMinimum 55 IU/LBIngredients: Magnesium Limestone, Ground Barley, Wheat Bran, Molasses Products, Vegetable Oil, Salt, Sodium Selenite, Vitamin A Supplement, Vitamin D3 Supplement, Vitamin E Supplement, MycocurbAs individual horses may vary greatly in nutritional requirements, the owner or feeder should be the judge of the specific needs of each horse. Some experimentation with the amount fed daily will soon point out the best individual level of supplementation. Other natural feed stuffs and clean water are essential. Under no circumstances should the feeding rate exceed 16 ounces per day




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