16% Horse Tub

"All-in-One" vitamin and mineral supplement with included protein to support better health and performance.


Crude Protein, Min 16.00%
Crude Fat, Min 4.00%
Crude Fiber, Max 4.50%
Calcium, Min 4.50%
Calcium, Max 5.50%
Phosphorus, Min 1.00%
Salt, Min 20.00%
Salt, Max 24.00%
Potassium, Min 2.00%
Magnesium, Min 1.00%
Cobalt, Min 1.50 ppm
Copper, Min 191.50 ppm
Iodine, Min 1.50 ppm
Iron, Min 341.50 ppm
Manganese, Min 764.00 ppm
Selenium, Min 2.20 ppm
Thiamine, Min 37.50 ppm
Zinc, Min 761.50 ppm
Vitamin A, Min 22666 IU/lb
Vitamin D, Min 2268 IU/lb
Vitamin E, Min 501 IU/lb
Vitamin B12, Min 0.20 mg/lb
Menadione, Min 10.00 mg/lb
Biotin, Min 1.70 mg/lb
Choline, Min 566.00 mg/lb
Folic Acid, Min 10.00 mg/lb
Niacin, Min 61.50 mg/lb
D-Pantothenic Acid, Min 25.00 mg/lb
Vitamin B6, Min 7.00 mg/lb
Riboflavin, Min 20.00 mg/lb


Molasses, Cottonseed Meal, Salt, Magnesium Oxide, Calcium Oxide, Stabilized Feeding Fat, Monocalcium Phosphate, Zinc Proteinate, Manganese Protenate, Copper Proteinate, Manganous Oxide, Ferrous Carbonate, Copper Oxide, Cobalt Carbonate, Calcium Iodate, Zinc Oxide, Mineral Oil, Iron Oxide, Calcium Carbonate, Roughage Products, Rice Bran, Flaxseed Meal, Manganese Sulfate, di-Alpha Tocopheryl Acetate (Source of Vitamin E activity), Zinc Sulfate, Choline Chloride, Ferrous Sulfate, Copper Sulfate, Potassium Chloride, d-Biotin, Vitamin B-12 Supplement, Niacin Supplement, Thiamine Mononitrate, Psyllium Seed Husks, Oligofructose, Kelp Meal, Vitamin A Acetate, Menadione Sodium Bisulfite Complex (source of Vitamin K Activity), Calcium Pantothenate, Riboflavin, Sodium Selenite, Folic Acid, Pyridoxine Hydrochloride, Natural Yucca Schidigera Extract, Cholecalciferol (Source of Vitamin D-3), Ethylenediamine Dihydriodide.



Following a 7 to 10 day acclimation period, average consumption should be 1 to 2 lbs. per head, per day for horses with unrestricted forage supplies. Position the blocks 50-75 feet from the loafing, feeding and watering areas during the first week of feeding. 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 at a rate of 1 block per 5 horses. This allows animals equal access to blocks. Place blocks where horses congregate. Locate blocks throughout pasture, placing them near water and loafing areas. Maintain adequate distance between blocks (10 ft. Minimum). Do not allow horses to run out of blocks. When a block is half-consumed, place a new block near it.  Place small pieces in troughs or feed pans. Horses will consume on average of 1 to 2.5 lbs. per head daily. Blocks can be fed to horses in confinement. Exact location to obtain desired consumption will vary between confinement feeding programs. Feed as the only FREE CHOICE source of salt, minerals and vitamins. Provide fresh, clean water to all horses at all times.


Follow Label Directions. Consumption of Selenium should not exceed 3 mg per head, per day.


This product which contains copper should not be fed to sheep or any species that have a low tolerance to supplemental copper.