Horslic Omega Elite Tubs and Pails
Omega Elite 60lb tubs & 40lb pails
The fat source in Omega Elite comes from flax oil and flax seed, one of the highest sources of omega-3 fatty acids.
High levels of biotin, riboflavin and thiamine. High levels of electrolytes such as sodium, potassium, calcium and magnesium. Enriched with concentrated sources of vitamins A and C and natural flax seed lignans and molasses melanoidins.
Trace Element Sources: Mixture of inorganic and organic zinc, manganese, and copper for improved mineral absorption and optimization of hindgut digestion.
Diamond V® Yeast: 2 lb of HorsLic proved 0.5 ounces of Diamond V yeast to promote better gut and digestive aid.
Zinpro Performance Minerals: Zinpro’s Organic Trace Minerals (copper, zinc and manganese) added at a 50% rate help in faster and more efficient mineral intake. Research has proven that the use of Zinpro’s oranic trace minerals will reduce the instances of gastric ulcers and help promote hindgut digestion.
Weather Resistant: The patented, “continuous flow” system creates a quality, low-moisture, exceptionally dense all-weather block that maintains its integrity even in hot, humid weather or precipitation.
Certified Safe Manufactured: Horslic supplements are made in state-of-the-art, high-capacity, manufacturing plants that are certified and assured by the Facility Certification Institute, HACCP and Safe Feed/Safe Food.
Minimal Labor: HorsLic Omega Elite is convenient and easy to feed. Simply place an adequate number of tubs in areas that are accessible to the horses.
Economical: 24/7 feeding spreads out nutrient intake over a prolonged period of time, simulating the natural horse eating habits of grazing.
Feeding Instructions: Provide free choice as a supplement to horses of all sizes at the rate of one block for each 1 to 10 head. When group feeding, place blocks in pen or pasture to minimize competition and assure easy accessibility. Mature horses normally consume approximately 1 to 3 pounds per head daily. Consumption may vary depending on climate, forage quality, forage availability, accessibility to other feeds, size, condition and/or age of horses.