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PetAg Mirra Coat

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SIZE PRICE/DAY OUR PRICE
5 lbs
Less than $0.21/DAY
(80 day supply)

$16.49

In Stock. Usually Ships within 24 hours.

25 lbs
Less than $0.16/DAY
(400 day supply)

$62.45

Temporarily Oversold. Backorder Now! Estimated In Stock by 11/20/2018.

Shipping weight = 5.50 lbs.

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Product Summary:

Mirra-Coat® Equine Powder

Mirra-Coat® Equine Powder is a nutritional supplement formulated specifically to develop and maintain a healthy skin and hair coat. It contains nutrients essential for the maintenance of normal skin cells. The results are a pliable, moisturized skin that reduces dandruff and a glossy “show” coat. Highly palatable, horses lick their buckets clean when Mirra-Coat® is added to their feed!

Features:

  • Fortified with only the nutrients required for skin integrity
  • Does not interfere with other supplementation of vitamins and minerals
  • Palatable, high protein powder is easily fed by mixing into horse's daily ration
  • Concentrated essential fatty acids (EFA) assures utilization of EFA by the skin
  • Contains Vitamins A, B6, E, biotin and zinc
  • Use for maintenance of normal skin cells
  • Develops and maintains a pliable, moisturized skin
Item Specifications:

Sizes:
5 lb.
25 lb.
40 lb.

Guaranteed Analysis:
Moisture (max.): 6.5%
Linoleic Acid (as glycerides) (min.): 8.5%
Zinc (min.): 0.1%
Vitamin A (min.): 36,000 IU/lb.
Vitamin E (min.): 240 IU/lb.
Vitamin B6 (min.): 30mg/lb.
Biotin (min.): 1mg/lb.

Ingredients:
Soy flour with soybean oil added, vegetable oil (preserved with mixed tocopherols), dextrose, calcium silicate, zinc methionine, natural and artificial flavors, vitamin E supplement, vitamin A acetate, pyridoxine hydrochloride, biotin

Directions for Feeding:
Scoop enclosed = 4 tbsp (30g)
Horses: for the first two weeks mix 2 scoops of Mirra-Coat into the horse’s daily ration. After two weeks, reduce to 1 scoop daily.
Dogs: Mix into the dog’s regular ration daily. Feed ¼ scoop (1 tbsp) per 20 lb. body weight.
If a poor skin and coat condition persists, other than dietary factors may be involved and your veterinarian should be consulted.

Storage:
Store in a cool, dry place.

Not for human consumption.

Downloadable Resources
MSDS SheetManufacturer Information
Style Item Number Model Number UPC
5 lbs SLT120536 005 50117 020279996309
25 lbs SLT120536 025 56190 020279996316
40 lbs SLT120536 040 056156 020279996323

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My horses keep a show ring shine without spray on products when fed Mirra-coat, even without a lot of brushing. Even my retired 24 yr old keeps a dappled shine!
prin f on Sep 9, 2016
better my horse's coat
CHRISTINE J on May 4, 2015
My horses keep a show ring shine without spray on products when fed Mirra-coat, even without a lot of brushing. Even my retired 24 yr old keeps a dappled shine!
prin f on Sep 9, 2016
My horse had thin walled hoofs. Once I started using mirra-coat her feet have been in excellent condition.
DREW D on Nov 10, 2015
better my horse's coat
CHRISTINE J on May 4, 2015
LOVE this. Works GREAT on their coat and skin. I had a bay horse that always had white flakes on his bridle path,looked bad no matter what i use. Got the Mirra Coat and never had it again.
GLYNDA T on Jan 9, 2015
My horse had thin walled hoofs. Once I started using mirra-coat her feet have been in excellent condition.
DREW D on Nov 10, 2015
LOVE this. Works GREAT on their coat and skin. I had a bay horse that always had white flakes on his bridle path,looked bad no matter what i use. Got the Mirra Coat and never had it again.
GLYNDA T on Jan 9, 2015
Does this work for dogs?
A shopper on Jan 16, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Yes! There are instructions for canines right on the bag :) My vet even wanted to know what I fed my dogs to keep their coats so shiny and soft!
Can this be used on miniature horses?
A shopper on Apr 13, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I have used it on horses and dogs for years. I don't see why not unless your vet feels there is a reason not to. If you are concerned, ask your vet for advice about the ingredients.