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The best general purpose mineral/vitamin supplement?

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    03-05-2012, 04:14 PM
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Foal
I have not had any skin issues, goopy eyes, nothing since switching to grostong although I did before hand. According to the gauranted anyalysis it has 300,000 IU/lb vs 80,000 vitamin A with the 12/12. It seems to be the most "densely packed" supplement I have been able to find.

I did have my hay and pasture tested first just to be sure our forage was not unusually high in anything before I added supplements to it. It can help a bunch when making a feeding plan and it's free at the local ag extension service which is always a plus.

That's good info on the soybeans! Thanks for sharing that.
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    03-05-2012, 04:34 PM
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Thanks Smokes, I've gone over and over all of them and you are right.
Not too expensive either.
Soooo glad to have another hillbilly on here! LOL!
     

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