Selenium & Iodine Premix + Vitamin E Booster
This product is a must before breeding and before lambing to aid in prevention of white muscle disease and to boost reproduction. No added copper.
A Selenium and Iodine premix along with other essential trace minerals plus Vitamin E booster to make a trace mineral (TM) salt to be offered free choice as the only mineral supplement available.
- Veterinarian Formulated
- Provides adequate Selenium & Iodine
- Provides Vitamin E for winter time and dry lot feeding
- Only mineral you need for sheep and goats
- For goats, mix with cattle trace mineral salt to provide copper
- Iodine (I), min 1.0%
- Selenium (Se), min 4,500 ppm
- Vitamin E, min 100,000 IU/lb
Ingredients: Sodium Selenite, Vitamin E Supplement, Iron Oxide, Ferrous Sulfate, Mineral Oil, Ethylenediamine Dihydroiodide, Manganous Oxide, Manganese Sulfate, Zinc Sulfate, Sodium Molybdate, Cobalt Sulfate.
How to Use
Mix 1 lb. with 50 lb. of salt to provide 200 ppm of iodine, 88 ppm of selenium and 1960 mgs of Vitamin E per pound of mixed salt. Feed mix salt to sheep at a rate of 0.25 ounces (7 grams) per head, per day. The maximum feeding rate of the mixed salt is 8 grams per head per day.
For goat use, mix with cattle trace mineral salt to provide copper.
Read all warnings and cautions on label. For livestock use only.
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Bev/patrick G from Montana
Have used this for years with excellent results. Easy to mix with coarse or fine salt.
Roger H from Iowa
A very economical and effective mineral supplement that has worked well for us and is easy to mix with 50 pound bags of salt.
Rob D from South Dakota
Great product!!! Price increases always get passed onto us producers and hurt... yet as producers what we produce seems to never go up with price increases.
Peter T from Oregon
This product works great for sheep.
Sheep R from Pennsylvania
A great product which I have been using for over 25 years - But the price is way inflated. Premier has added almost $20.00 per bag to cover the "free" freight option. It would be much more economical to just make this a fob Iowa item and let us pay our own freight.