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Blue Bird

Horse 12
For mature horses

Guaranteed analysis

Crude protein min .....................12%
Crude fat min ................................ 3.0%
Crude fiber max .........................10.0%
Calcium min .8% ................. max 1.30%
Phosphorus min ............................ .60%
Salt min .8% ........................ max 1.10%
Copper min ................................. 60 ppm
Zinc min ....................................... 300 ppm
Selenium min ............................. .3 PPM
Vitamin A min .................... 10,000 IU/lb

Ingredients

Rolled corn, rolled oats, rolled barley, wheat middlings, soybean meal, salt, cane molasses, calcium carbonate, vitamin A supplement, vitamin D3 supplement, vitamin E supplement, manganous oxide, zinc oxide, copper sulfate, magnesium oxide, cobalt carbonate, sodium selenite.

Feeding directions

Feed up to 1percent of body weight per head per day along with at least 1percent of body weight of hay or pasture. Provide salt and plenty of fresh, clean water at all times. Make all feed changes gradually. This feed is balanced to be fed with local grass hays. Feed ALFA-HORSE 8 if feeding any alfalfa hay.

Do not feed to foals under 12 months old. Do not feed moldy or infested feeds.

Manufactured by:

Blue Bird Feeds
16 Main St
Bluebird, OR 97999
503-221-11XX
Net wt 50 lb
Lot #2011

Label Review
Effective January 1, 1999, Oregon adopted the Association of American Feed Control Officials(AAFCO) nutritional labeling requirements.

I would be happy to review the draft of a new tag (or label) before you go to the expense of printing it. FAX drafts to 503-986-4734, attn: Richard.

If you need any assistance, please feel free to contact me. I am out in the field most days, so if you leave a message at 503-986-4691, I will get back to you. Or use this link to send e-mail