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EQUI-PRO E-Tec

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EQUI-PRO E-Tec
EQUI-PRO® E-TEC? is a highly fortified pelleted formulated to be fed to all classes of horses. EQUI-PRO® E-TEC? does not contain molasses or non-digestible fillers. It contains highly digestible super fibers, stabilized flax, chelated trace minerals, live cell yeast culture and organic selenium. EQUI-PRO® E-TEC? features Omega 3 and Omega 6 fatty acids for added joint and health benefits *Contains added copper - do not feed to sheep. EQUI-PRO® horse feeds are a premium line of feed, balanced and formulated for the current phase of life of your horse. Formulated in these feeds, is research on growth, energy, digestion and absorption of nutrients. Research on feeding fat to the equine athlete shows many benefits including energy dense feeds, low carbohydrate levels, strong acceptance and energy to "go the distance". Included in the EQUI-PRO® line is live cell yeast with starch and protein enzymes. Chelated or organic minerals increase the amount of minerals and provides for increased stress and disease resistance. High levels of vitamin E and selenium are included for the immune system. EQUI-PRO® feeds are nutrient dense feeds that work with your horse's nutrient system to provide the maximum natural nutrition your horse needs. INGREDIENTS: Soy hulls, dehydrated alfalfa meal, beet pulp, wheat middlings, omega 3 supplement, soybean meal, vegetable oil, vitamin e, distillers grains, live cell equine yeast, potassium sulfate of magnesia, zinc sulfate, manganese sulfate, zinc proteinate, copper sulfate, manganese proteinate, choline chloride, copper proteinate, iron sulfate, magnesium oxide, niacin, folic acid, selenium yeast, vitamin a, vitamin k, mineral oil, pantothenic acid, riboflavin, thiamine, biotin, pyridoxine hcl, vitamin d, vitamin b12, calcium iodate, cobalt sulfate, flavoring.
Posted by Sarah Meni Weaver on May 24, 2010 Full Size|

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