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    12-06-2012, 06:57 PM
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Question Anyone ever heard of Renaissance Equine Choice?

My husband brought home a tag from a sack of i'm guessing minerals. I was wondering if anyone had heard of this company and if it would help my horses with their Vit A issues? I'll type everything up on what it consists of. Thanks!!

Calcium.....Min 15.00%/Max 17.00%
Phosphorous....Min 10.00 %
Salt.....Min 18.00%/Max 21.00 %
Potassium.....Min 0.75%
Magnesium.....Min 0.50%
Sulfur....Min 1.00%
Zinc.....Min 0.36%
Iron.....Min 0.20%
Manganese......Min 0.25%
Copper........Min 0.067%
Iodine.....Min 0.0066%
Cobalt....Min 0.0066%
Selenium......Min 0.0036%
Vitamin A.....175,000 USP Unites/lb
Vitamin D(3)......40,000 USP Unites/lb
Vitamin E.......300 IU/lb
Vitamin K......10.0 Mg/lb
Vitamin B(12).....0.4 Mg/lb
Riboflavin......35.0 Mg/lb d-
Pantonthenic Acid......110.0 Mg/lb
Niacin.......245 Mg/lb
Choline Chloride..........1400.0 Mg/lb
Thiamine.......42.0 Mg/lb d-
Biotin........20.0 Mg/lb
     

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