Sweetlix® Equine Pasture & Hay Balancer
For all horses
Net Weight: 15 kg Product #: 815995
Sweetlix Equine Pasture Hay Balancer is a free-choice supplement block for horses and a mineral, vitamin and protein supplement in one. Ideal for supplementing hay and limited pastures, it delivers 20% protein from all natural sources. This is a weather-resistant block and can be placed directly in pastures or paddocks with horses – no shelter needed.
- Crude Protein (minimum) 20.0%
- Crude Fat (minimum) 0.5%
- Crude Fibre (maximum) 8.0%
- Calcium (actual) 6.5%
- Phosphorus (actual) 2.0%
- Magnesium (actual) 0.3%
- Sodium (actual) 5.3%
- Potassium (actual) 1.4%
- Iodine (actual) 9 mg/kg
- Copper (actual) 200 mg/kg
- Manganese (actual) 800 mg/kg
- Cobalt (actual) 1 mg/kg
- Zinc (actual) 580 mg/kg
- Flourine (maximum) 120 mg/kg
- Vitamin A (minimum) 26,400 IU/kg
- Vitamin D3 (minimum) 2,640 IU/kg
- Vitamin E (minimum) 220 IU/kg
This feed contains added Selenium at 2.6 mg/kg.
Introductory Period: Following a 7 to 10 day acclimation period, average consumption should be 1 to 2.5 lbs per head, per day for horses with unrestricted forage supplies. Position the blocks 50 to 75 feet from loafing, feeding and watering areas. Some repositioning of blocks may be necessary as animals become acclimated to the presence of the blocks. Move blocks closer to increase consumption; further away to decrease consumption. If overconsumption occurs for more than two weeks and repositioning of blocks does not correct the situation, remove blocks and evaluate the overall feeding program. Do not allow starved animals free access to this block.
Feed one block per five horses. This allows all animals equal access to blocks.
Place tubs where horses congregate. Locate blocks throughout pasture, placing them near water and loafing areas. Maintain adequate distance between blocks (10 feet minimum).
Do not allow horses to run out of blocks. When a block is half- consumed, place a new tub near it.
Horses should consume an average of 1 to 2.5 lbs per head daily based on a 1,000 lb animal.
Feed as the only self- fed source of protein, salt, other minerals and vitamins.
Blocks can be fed to animals in confinement. Exact location of the blocks to obtain desired consumption will vary between confinement feeding programs.
Features & Benefits
Reliable, self- fed protein, mineral and vitamin supplement in one.
Compliments most popular horse feeds.
Convenient, weather-resistant blocks.
Can be placed directly in pastures, shelter or special feeders not needed.
Auto-regulated consumption technology.
Ensures that horses eat correct amounts.
Store blocks in a cool, dry area away from rodents and insects.