Selenium & Iodine Premix
A trace mineral premix with maximum allowable selenium concentration and fortified iodine levels for sheep and goats.
- Veterinarian Formulated
- Provides adequate Selenium & Iodine
- For goat use, mix with cattle trace mineral salt to provide copper
- 5 lbs feeds 10 sheep and goats their mineral needs for 1 year
Premixes Compared (when mixed with 50 lb plain salt)
|Selenium & Iodine Premix
Sheep Trace Mineral Premix
Goat Trace Mineral Premix**
|Cost per animal, per year*||$1.26||$2.38||$2.38|
Questions? Ask a sheep expert to help customize a mineral ration for your situation.
- Calcium (Ca), min 31.0%
- Calcium (Ca), max 36.0%
- Iodine (I), min 1.0%
- Selenium (Se), min 4,500 ppm
Ingredients: Sodium Selenite, Calcium Carbonate, Manganese Sulfate, Iron Oxide, Zinc Sulfate, Mineral Oil, Ferrous Sulfate, Ethylenediamine Dihydriodide, Sodium Molybdate, Cobalt Sulfate.
How to Use
Feed mixed salt to sheep at a rate of 0.25 ounces (seven grams) per head per day. The maximum feeding rate of the mixed salt is eight grams per head, per day, which will provide 0.7 mg of selenium.
For goats, add premix to 50 pounds of cattle trace mineral salt to provide copper supplementation. Inclusion rate may need to be lowered if cattle trace mineral contains selenium.
Add to 50 pounds of feed grade salt to make trace mineral salt for your flocks trace mineral supplementation program.
Read all warnings and cautions on label. For livestock use only.
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Kathy M from Minnesota
We have used this product for years. Make things very easy.
Jessica C from South Carolina
Love this product and I’ve begun using it regularly for my does near kidding time and I haven’t yet had any issues related to selenium deficiency like I had prior to use, despite using another great mineral free choice.
My reason for only 4 stars is it’s in a 5lb bag and there is work to be done as far as measuring it out to add to my other batch of minerals. 5lbs is a great shipping size but unless you have a massive bin for minerals, which I don’t, it means measuring out what I need and then having an unsealed bag sitting around until I need it again. It’s a minor inconvenience for the product and won’t at all deter me but some thought on a resealable bag by the manufacturer would be great!
Martha H from Wisconsin
I use this mixed in cattle TM Salt for my goats, per instructions. This way I'm sure I get enough selenium and iodine. The goats eat it with no problems. My goats are healthy and have healthy kids.
Frank V from Iowa
This product greatly reduces my mineral expense. The delivery is very fast. I don’t think I can drive to Cedar Rapids and back to the farm as fast as the product is delivered. How do they do it?
Donya S from Texas
Have been using this product for years, back when it was sold by the vet who formulated it. Feed to ewes during pregnancy mixed per instruction. No more lambs born with symptoms of selenium deficiency (unable to use back legs).