Minerals & Vitamins
Specially designed to meet the needs for a healthy musculo-skeletal and locomotor apparatus development. A mineral and vitamin supplement fortified with essential trace elements conceived for an optimal supplementation of the foal from 4 weeks of age to weaning and beyond. For suckling foals and young horses. It supplies valuable minerals (calcium, phosphorus and magnesium), trace elements (IPALIGO®) and vitamins to meet the requirements pre and post weaning, a critical period for healthy growth and development.
Dicalcium phosphate, Glycerin, Delactosed whey powder, Magnesium chloride. Additives/Kg: Compounds of trace elements: Zinc (as Zinc chelate of glycine hydrate) (3b607) 550 mg, Manganese as chloride, tetrahydrate (E5) 275 mg, Copper as cupric chloride, dihydrate (E4) 210 mg, Selenium (Organic form produced from Saccharomyces cerevisae CNCM I-3060 – selenium inactivated yeast) (3b8.10) 19 mg, Iodine as potassium iodide (E2) 2 mg. Vitamins and pro-vitamins: Vitamin A (E672) 10,000 IU, Vitamin D3 (E671) 1,520 IU, Vitamin E/all-rac-alpha- tocopheryl acetate (3a700) 760 IU, Niacinamide (3a315) 460 mg, Folic acid (3a316) 305 mg, Ca-D-pantothenate (3a841) 229 mg, Vitamin K3 76 mg, Vitamin B1 (thiamine hydrochloride) 69 mg, Vitamin B6 (pyridoxine hydrochloride) (3a831) 50 mg, Vitamin B2 (Riboflavin) 46 mg, Vitamin B12 11 mg, (cyanocobalamin) B-Carotene (E 160a) 4 mg. Aromatic substances: Glycine 1830 mg.
Broodmares (500 kg): Prior to foaling (swelling of the udders) 20 to 40 ml Daily. Foals, up to weaning: From 4 weeks old 20 ml twice weekly, From 8 weeks old 20 ml 3 times per week. General under development from 12 weeks old 20 to 40ml daily. Middle-sized breeds: e.g. Haflinger, Appaloosa etc. = ½ the above ration. Small breeds: e.g. Icelandic, Shetland pony etc. = ¼ of the above ration.
Once a year, Mega Base Junior batch is analysed for environmental contaminant, ensuring that the product doesn’t contain ingredients likely to make a positive doping test.
MEGA BASE JUNIOR is especially developped to supply the foal’s needs up to weaning; supplying vitamins, minerals and trace elements of high biological value that are readily taken up by the foal and quickly assimilated.