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AniMed Vitamin E and Selenium with Zinc

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2.5 lbs
Less than $0.14/DAY
(80 day supply)

$10.64

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5 lbs
Less than $0.13/DAY
(160 day supply)

$19.87

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Product Summary:

AniMed™ Vitamin E & Selenium with Zinc
 
AniMed's Vitamin E and Selenium oral feed powder supplement for horses is formulated to supply supplemental Vitamin E and Selenium that may be lacking or in insufficient quantities in the horse's normal diet.
 
GUARANTEED ANALYSIS:  Each pound contains (not less than): 
Crude Protein (min): 6%
Crude Fat (min): 9%
Crude Fiber (min): 12%
Vitamin E: 20,000 IU 
Selenium (min): 40mg / 88ppm
Selenium (max): 45mg / 100ppm
Zinc: 64mg / 140ppm
 
INGREDIENTS:  Stabilized Rice Bran, Dl-alpha Tocopheryl Acetate (Vitamin E), Saccharomyces cerevisiae, Calcium Carbonate, Selenium Yeast, Silica, Brewers Yeast, Distillers Dried Grains, Silicon Dioxide, Zinc Sulfate
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Style Item Number Model Number UPC
2.5 lbs E002247 002 90170 694244901706
5 lbs E002247 005 90173 694244901737

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While speaking with my vet, I've learned that our area is low in vitamin E and the selenium is a bonus. My horse is almost 30 and I am taking extra steps to maintain his health.
Jeanette G on May 8, 2018
prescribed by vet
Bonniesue T on Jul 14, 2017
While speaking with my vet, I've learned that our area is low in vitamin E and the selenium is a bonus. My horse is almost 30 and I am taking extra steps to maintain his health.
Jeanette G on May 8, 2018
I have a horse that tied up due to inefficiency in selenium levels. Haven't had a problem with her fitness since. she cools down much quicker after exercise, is much more athletic, and has put on a hefty amount of weight.
KALLI D on Jan 1, 2018
prescribed by vet
Bonniesue T on Jul 14, 2017
Because here in NY there is none in the pasture or hay
Deborah T on May 1, 2017
I purchased this brand for the first time in power form last month, and love it. It lasted longer and is easier to use than pellets.
Jacqueline L on Jun 27, 2016
One of my horses has digestive issues and my Vet thought it would help along with his special diet. This us the second container of this product.
F A on Jun 16, 2016
I worked as a Veterinarian Tech for over 12 years. We promoted these nutrients as a combo because they acted together as an anti-inflammatory and anti-oxidant. It is good for arthritis and autoimmune diseases. I give it to my horses and goats. Well worth it.
RHONDA G on Mar 11, 2016
It has the highest amount of Selenium along with Vit E. I am buying this to help prevent tie up in my horse
dawna r on Jul 17, 2015
Help Proper Muscle Function
VICKY P on Jan 13, 2015
It was recommended by the horse rescue where I adopted my 3 horses from.One has ringbone and arthritis one has DSLD and my pony is 25 y.o. with arthritis.I want to do what I can to keep them ccomfortable
philip c on Oct 22, 2014
Our area is selenium poor, as is most of the country and Canada at this point, so any hay we get can is more than likely selenium deficient. It's important to supplement with some selenium, and the vitamin E helps with absorbtion. This is a blend at a good ratio (too much selenium can be toxic), and it's a palatable powder that my horses eat readily. I prefer powder so my horses don't sort it out. Very economical brand and seems high quality.
GEORGIA H on Jun 2, 2014
I have tested our hay and it shows basically little or no selenium and I think most horses in this area are also short on Vit E. My horses don't seem to mind the taste on this product.
JUDY D on Mar 17, 2014
a good product and a good price for our area that is deficient in these supplements for horses
Mj M on Feb 24, 2014
I have a horse that tied up due to inefficiency in selenium levels. Haven't had a problem with her fitness since. she cools down much quicker after exercise, is much more athletic, and has put on a hefty amount of weight.
KALLI D on Jan 1, 2018
Because here in NY there is none in the pasture or hay
Deborah T on May 1, 2017
how much vit E and selenuim in product per dosing?
Peppie on Aug 8, 2016
BEST ANSWER: One tablespoon (1/2 ounce) provides approximately 625 IU of Vitamin E and 1.4 mg of Selenium.
Can you give this to prenatal?
A shopper on Mar 5, 2018
BEST ANSWER: I'm not a vet, but would think so. A lot of equines these days are Selenium and vitamin E deficient, especially on the west coast and the babies are showing signs of the same when born.
What is the benefits of the selenium and zinc?
KATHLEEN C on Nov 27, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Greatly reduces the risk of tie up if your horse is deficient. You can look up selenium levels in your area, we are in central ohio and have to supplement. Your vet can check your horses levels as well and even offer an injectable.
2 questions: #1. I am told synthetic won't be absorb properly. Your thoughts? #2. Is 1 tablespoon enough for an AQH that is in a dry lot, very little pasture time?
Linda G on Jul 13, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I love this product. As far as 1 Tablespoon it really depends what else your feeding your horse and what their weight is. I have a Perceron Appaloosa cross. He's 15.2 and 1 ounce is all I feed him. He's also on Nutrena Senior and gets only grass hay and some pasture. Hope this helps
Is the vitamin e synthetic?
Debra on Jun 17, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Yes, it is synthetic.