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.
- Veterinarian formulated
- Provides adequate Selenium & Iodine
- Provides Vitamin E for winter time and dry lot feeding
- 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 plain 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. This level of Vitamin E provides roughly 30 IU of E per ewe per day with .25 ounce intake.
For goat use, mix with cattle trace mineral salt to provide copper.
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.
Read all warnings and cautions on label. For livestock use only.
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Dan T from Pennsylvania
This seems to be the best source for sheep mineral, especially during lactation and lambing.
Anita R from Indiana
Living in a selenium deficient region, it is so important to supply supplemental selenium for the flock. I originally was recommended to use this decades ago from the late Dr. Kennedy at Pipestone Vet Clinic. I called about a uterine prolapse epidemic I was experiencing that year and learned that lack of selenium makes ewes more prone to prolapse. I started offering this product mixed in with feed grade salt and have not had an issue since. He also noted that buying a mineral block is not effective as the sheep will chew on the block because the block is held together with molasses. With this premix the sheep only eat what they need making it a more economical option.
Gina S from Wisconsin
I have been using this product for years, I used to get it from Pipestone, and the quality is great and my animals do great on it. I use it on all my sheep and my lambs find it very palatable.
Reese N from North Dakota
This product works good for what I need up in our area. I like it because you mix with salt and I’m done. No need to mix with grain.
Roger H from Iowa
Been using for several years with Pipestone, glad to have Premier 1 offer it.