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EquiGlo EquiPro Horse Tubs  - Hoffman Horse Minerals  - MOORGLO - QuadBLOCK


Equi-Pro™ 20% Horse Tub
A Free-Choice Supplement for Horses on Pasture

Equi-Pro incorporates ADM Horse Mineral Technology in a weather-proof 45 kg (100 lb) lick tub, ideal for supplementing grazing horses on pasture. Normal feeding rate is 0.5 kg(1.1lb) to 0.9 kg (2lc) per head daily.

Feed with: Good quality grassy hay and clean, fresh water.

Specific Benefits:
A solid base of vitamins and minerals for all horses in a weather-proof tub format. Use as the nutritional base. For low-activity grazing animals, Equi-Pro and good-quality hay may be sufficient. For higher activity animals, supplement energy with EquiGLO or MoorGLO as required.

Also convenient for horses on pasture or in the paddock. Place it and forget it. Ideal for pasture boarding. 45kg (100 lb) size lasts for weeks. Equi-Pro contains four times less molasses than other tubs for controlled intake and elimination of 'sugar-highs. Suitable for yearlings, two year olds, mature horses, performance horses, and broodmares. Weather-resistant - stands up to wind and rain without losing palatability.

Partial Analysis:

Crude Protein (min)          20.00 %
Crude Fat (min)                  5.50 %
Crude Fiber (max)              5.00 %
Calcium (actual)                 2.00 %
Phosphorus (actual)           1.00 %

Vitamin A (min)            100,000 IU/kg
Vitamin D (min)                7,500 IU/kg
Vitamin E (min)                   200 IU/kg

Feeding Instructions: Place Equi-Pro 20 Horse Tub in pasture areas where horses congregate. Adult horses should consume 0.5 kg (1.1 lb) to 0.9 kg (2 lb) per head daily. Monitor consumption and move tub farther from heavily used areas if consumption is too high and closer to water source if consumption is too low. Consumption will vary depending on whether horses are on pasture or in confined pens, and on age and size of horse. Place one tub for every five horses and place tubs far enough apart to prevent dominant horses from controlling more than one tub.