Sel-Plus Product Information
All organic trace mineral, vitamin and amino-acid supplement
Designed for performance horses, which have extra requirements for specific micronutrients.
It does not contain any drugs or stimulants and no withholding time is required prior to competition.
DIRECTIONS FOR USE
Add to daily feed:
Horses One Scoop
Weanlings Half scoop
Small Ponies Half scoop
Mix with moistened feed.
One 500 g tin contains 33 days supply for an adult horse.
Feeding SUPPLEMENTS MUST BE:
- Vitamins degrade very rapidly when exposed to moisture, air, light and heat.
- Many minerals combine to form indigestible compounds when mixed together.
- Look for expiration dates on all supplements.
Don’t turn the feed bucket into a chemistry experiment!!! The negative interaction of many minerals and vitamins can drastically reduce the quality and effectiveness of supplements.
- Bran fed with calcium supplements will bind the calcium making it indigestible.
- Mineral Oil will block the absorption of Vitamins A, D, E and K use it only for veterinary treatment not daily feeding.
- Iron and copper react with and destroy Vitamins E and C.
- Electrolyte’s, especially bicarbonate reacts with vitamins they come in contact with.
- Vitamin C negatively affects availability of copper, selenium, vanadium and cobalt.
- Copper, zinc and sulphur can bind selenium creating indigestible compounds.
- Sodium chloride (table salt) interferes with iodine metabolism, hence it is wise to use iodised salt.
FED TO AVOID OVERLAPPING
- It is unwise to feed two or more supplements containing common ingredients due to the risk of over supplementation.
- Don’t feed supplements containing antagonistic ingredients. For example supplements containing both Iron & Vitamin E.
- Always keep supplements in the original labelled container.
- Keep lid tightly closed.
- Store in cool, dry place safe from children and pets.
FED TO ENCOURAGE SYNERGISM BETWEEN ACTIVE INGREDIENTS
- Selenium, Vitamin E and amino acids interact to combat a wide variety of conditions such as poor performance and tying-up better than any one individually.
- Vitamin D promotes mineral chelation in the small intestine.
- Well balanced protein (amino-acid) diets promote mineral absorption.